What is Ohana like for solo diners? Specifically, how do they bring out the food? Family style is a bit much for one person, but at LTT they put everything on one plate and I didn’t like it. Also, any word on if the characters will return?
No more characters.
When I read the word “platters” I thought - maybe it’s best to put everything on one plate. A platter for one. Yikes! Thanks for the info. And now I want to try Sebastians.
The one review of ‘Ohana that I saw was not good.
At least for breakfast, they have smaller skillets so you don’t have the huge pan. They will obviously refill whatever you want.
Back in the before times I ate solo there for dinner to cross it off my bucket list. They were very accommodating and adjusted for me being by myself. I found it overall worth it as a one and done, satisfied but no need to repeat.
When I saw Ohana was available during my August trip, I was all Get those ADRs!!
But then I looked at the menus. No criticism, but really, not so much. So I cancelled them all