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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Tita's Hale Aina

3870 17th St. (Noe St.) Send to Phone
415-626-2477
Inside this cheery spot, tropical plants are dotted throughout the breezy dining room dressed with pink walls and warm lighting. Don't miss the classic tuna poke or the slow roasted kalua pork with cabbage slaw.

Cuisine
Open
Lunch & Dinner Mon.-Sat., Brunch Sat.-Sun.
Features
  • Dress code: Casual
  • Kid-friendly
  • No Credit Cards
  • Reservations suggested

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Tita's Hale Aina Restaurant Review

: Inside this cheery spot, tropical plants are dotted throughout the breezy dining room dressed with pink walls and warm lighting. Vintage photographs conjure up a Hawaii of the past and Hawaiian home cooking is on the menu. Start with the classic tuna poke, a glorious mound of cubed tuna soaked in soy, bits of onion, and flecks of seaweed. Better yet, a Big Kahuna platter offers a bit of all the appetizers including savory chicken, tangy barbecued beef, and crisp coconut shrimp. The winning entrée is slow roasted kalua pork with a cabbage slaw. Coconut rules the dessert menu and is sure to be a delightful end to a relaxing and affordable meal.
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