Delicious dishes that will leave you saying, "OMG, that was good!"
That was owner Jaymee Lee's intention when she opened Oh My Grill at McCully Shopping Center in December. The mission: to serve up tasty Hawaiian barbecue plates with generous portions at affordable prices.
"'Oh My Grill, my favorite barbecue!' is our slogan," Lee says. "Our dishes are so tasty that they'll make you say 'OMG' when you're done eating."
You'll find tons of local faves on this menu, whether you're there for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Breakfast is served from 6:45 to 11 a.m. with everything from bacon and egg sandwiches to pancake platters, combo plates (two strips of bacon, two Portuguese sausages, two pork links and two eggs) and mixed plates. Bonus: During breakfast hours, coffee or tea are free.
Classic plate lunch entrees include chicken katsu ($6.99 with medium drink), hamburger steak ($8.50 mini, $11.50 regular) and loco moco made with wagyu beef ($14.99). You can find anything from seafood plates and sandwiches to saimin and stir-fries on this menu. The New York steak with choice of fried or garlic shrimp ($14.99) is a customer fave. All regular plates come with two scoops of white or brown rice and choice of mac salad or tossed salad.
The BBQ mixed plate ($12.99) is another popular order. It comes with barbecue chicken, barbecue short rib and teri beef. Talk about a meaty trifecta.
If you've feasted on the huge turkey legs in Disneyland or Walt Disney World, you don't have to travel across the ocean to get them any more. The OMG giant turkey leg ($13.99) is perfect for any carnivore and the tender, juicy meat falls right off the bone.
Currently, Oh My Grill is offering diners a promotion: For every purchase of $20 or more, the restaurant is giving away an OMG squishy keychain. Also, grab a stamp card during your next visit and for every 10 stamps (one stamp per entree), you get a free plate of your choice.
In other McCully Shopping Center news: Save the date for the 32nd Annual Great Hawaiian Rubber Duckie Race on Saturday, March 30. This benefit for United Cerebral Palsy features a pre-race lineup of music, games and fun, including performances by Halau 'O Napuala'ikauika'iu, Ke Kani Nahe and Hui 'O Kamalei. Then, watch the Duckie Race at 1:34 p.m. at the Ala Wai Canal off Kalakaua Bridge behind the Hawaii Convention Center.
Duckie adoptions are currently available at 662 Ride Shop or Clay Cafe. Visit the McCully Shopping Center website for more info.
Oh My Grill
McCully Shopping Center
1960 Kapiolani Blvd.
Daily 6:45 a.m.-1 a.m.