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Ma’ono

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This business has special options available during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Takeout
  • Delivery
4437 California Ave SW (Junction)
Seattle, WA 98116
206-935-1075
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In Hawaiian, “ono” means “delicious,” and “ma” is a prefix that means going toward, facing, or making. Ma’ono in West Seattle is the reincarnation of the marvelous Spring Hill. Chef Mark Fuller’s mother is from Kauai, and he spent time there growing up; when demand for his formerly Mondays-only fried chicken became unstoppable, he decided to make Hawaiian-inspired food to go along with it. (Whiskey requires no explanation.) The manapua (like Hawaiian hum bao) and the saimin (Hawaiian ramen) are just great, as is the weekend brunch, especially an over-the-top version of loco moco with a huge juicy hamburger patty and Portuguese sausage.

Make reservations for Ma'ono here.
Price
$$-$$$
Hours
Sun–Thurs 5pm-10pm, Fri–Sat 5pm-11pmm Sat – Sun Brunch 9:30am-3pm

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