Currently, they offer three items on their menu: Fried Okinawan Sweet Potato Mochi, Spam Musubi
and Vegan Spam Musubi
, but they are in the process of expanding their menu.
The Spam Musubi
is a staple you'll find in corner stores in Hawaii - but this is no ordinary musubi
And of course we can't forget the mouth-watering foods from the Islands such as Spam Musubi
, Kalua Pork, BBQ Chicken, Shaved Ice, and more.
Series director and screenwriter Norihiro Koizumi will be in Manila for Eiga Sai's July 4 opening night to present the final instalment, 'Chihayafuru: Musubi
.' It was released in Japan in March, two years after parts 1 and 2 reportedly opened to blockbuster success.
Highlighting SPAM's versatility to be paired in many different ways, the Tiny House's menu features unique, on-trend recipes created by locally-recognized chefs and influencers alongside SPAM brand favorites, such as SPAM Musubi
and SPAM sliders.
"I didn't think I could love Spam Products even more, but I do now!" Once married, the happy couple enjoyed a Spam-themed wedding buffet, which included the Hawaiian favourite Spam Musubi
and Spam donuts for dessert.
, a sushi-inspired variation, is one of the more popular forms in Hawaii.
Diners are raving about the pickled daikon XO, pork meatballs, roast pork musubi
and vegetarian shoyu ramen.
In Japanese diachronic linguistics there is a series of words whose origins have long been forgotten by the modern speakers, such as the words referring to food: musubi
(a rice ball), o-hiya (water); tableware; pronouns: kimi (you) or polite forms of the verbs: arinsu (in modern Japanese arimasu <to exist>, used for [-animate] beings) or omasu (in modern Japanese imasu <to exist>, used for [+animate] beings).
On a typical Saturday night, Lanikai Grill fills to capacity with a crowd--some Islanders, most not--seeking barbecue chicken and steak, fried katsu chicken and Spam musubi
, a snack made by wrapping Spam in rice and seaweed, like sushi.
"Of course YOU would want a low-carb musubi
, Derrick," commented Cathy with an exaggerated eye roll.
CHICKEN KATSU Japanese-style fried chicken CHOW FUN Rice noodles with bits of meat and bean sprouts MALASADA Fried, sugar-coated Portuguese doughnuts N1ANJU Japanese confections filled with sweet bean paste MOCHI Sweet Japanese cake made of glutinous rice flour ONO Local fish with flaky, delicate flesh; also known as wahoo SAIPAIN Hawaiian noodle soup SPAM MUSUBI
Grilled Spam set on rice and wrapped in noni (dried seaweed)