Decorated with a painting of the islands and autographed jerseys and photos from all-star Hawaiian football players, Big Sai’s is small and fills up with hungry customers quickly, but you can always get your barbecue to go. Meals come sized either mini or regular, but even the “mini” entrees are hear t y. Try the delec table teriyaki beef or chicken, chicken katsu or Kalua pork, or, if you really brought your appetite, order the mixed plate, which includes a grilled short rib, grilled chicken thigh pieces and about a quarter-pound of beef, all topped with a sticky-sweet garlic-spiked teriyaki sauce and served with a small mountain of white rice and an incredible macaroni salad. For dessert, be sure to try the guava cake.
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