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Rearview Mirror: Another round of readers dishing up favorite eateries

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                                The Myogaya Restaurant was on Nuuanu Avenue, where Kukui Plaza sits today. It was owned by husband and wife Yonega Arashiro, far left, and Fujiko, next to him.

    COURTESY ARASHIRO FAMILY

    The Myogaya Restaurant was on Nuuanu Avenue, where Kukui Plaza sits today. It was owned by husband and wife Yonega Arashiro, far left, and Fujiko, next to him.

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                                The Ranch House in Aina Haina had a 72-ounce steak special. It was free if you could eat it in an hour, along with bread, salad, fruit, veggies and apple pie for dessert.

    STAR-ADVERTISER

    The Ranch House in Aina Haina had a 72-ounce steak special. It was free if you could eat it in an hour, along with bread, salad, fruit, veggies and apple pie for dessert.

  • STAR-ADVERTISER
                                The Kuhio Grill on King Street near University Avenue, customers would put a tip on the table, and waitresses would bring “free” pupu.

    STAR-ADVERTISER

    The Kuhio Grill on King Street near University Avenue, customers would put a tip on the table, and waitresses would bring “free” pupu.

Last week I wrote about a few restaurants that are long gone and the dishes readers wished they could still order and dine on. Since then my inbox has been flooded with more nominations and memories. Here are some of them. Read more

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