Manoa Aloha Table

  • Veg-options Veg-options
    ( 4 reviews )

1-1-7 Minato Mirai Colette Mare 1F (at Sakuragi-cho Station), Yokohama, Japan

Serves meat, vegan options available. Hawaiian food restaurant offers a vegan plate called the vegetable daily plate which is available all day. Serves some soy milk drinks. Has English menu. NOTE: Jan 2018 reported limited vegan options - please send updates. Open Mon-Sun 11:00am-11:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Hawaiian, Non-veg

4 Reviews

First Review by Gally

Not vegan or really even vegetarian by any measure. - Edit

I visited in April 2017 and was sorely disappointed to see no vegetarian main dishes offered. It has the look and feel of a chain restaurant and the only vegetarian option I remember at this point was possibly the Cobb Salad and boiled soy beans so I mean, items or items similar to items you could probably find just about anywhere else.

I had been meaning to leave a review saying this place should be removed from the listings. I know the listings are lean for Yokohama but there's no point keeping this one up. Please remove the listing admins!

Pros: Nil.

Cons: It's not vegetarian aside from one or two items.

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barf!!!!! - Edit

This was the worst place to try to eat food I have ever experienced. Overpriced no vegetarian options salty rice disgusting my son's pancakes were so rubbery he choked!!! disgusting disgusting disgusting!don't waste your time going here

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no vegetarian options - Edit

Went out of our way to come here to find vegetarian food for my wife and the only vegetarian food they had was a Cobb Salad.
Don't go out of your way!!!

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Completely Flavourless and Hugely Disappointing - Edit

I was pretty excited about seeing what kind of vegetarian and vegan items can be concoted Hawaiian-style, partly in anticipation of taking a trip there within the next year, but this restaurant was by far the low point of our Saturday in Yokohama.

First of all, how do you screw up a cocktail that involves blue curacao and pineapple juice? All of the drinks at this place are pricey, so I figured I'd go for the big ridiculous flowery one, and I didn't even know what to say after trying it. I could pretty much taste the watery pineapple juice, maybe a twinge of lemon. "But why is the rum gone?!" I wondered, aghast. It basically didn't taste like anything.

Second of all, how do you screw up a mojito?
That's right, they managed it. The mint leaves in my boyfriend's mojito looked like they'd been sauteed or perhaps deeply depressed for an extended period of time. Brown, shriveled, and lifeless they were. All I can reason is that they'd been frozen. Why would you offer mojitos when you can't put fresh mint leaves in them?
On top of that, his cocktail was also completely watery.

Third, how can you serve a large helping of dry, bland brown rice without even salting it a little?
The small salads occupying the left-most quadrants of our respective plates were similarly devoid of any form of seasoning or taste. There was nothing on the table to assist us with this, not even salt and pepper shakers. I'm not even the type of person who drowns things in dressing; I think that's disgusting and lightly salt and pepper the salads I make at home instead. As someone who cooks frequently and is pretty good at it, then, that's why this conspicuous lack of the world's most basic seasoning had me so baffled. Because it was also true of the boiled purple potatoes.
Plain. Boiled. Potatoes. No salt.
What is this, 19th century England?

The soy chicken (or whatever the hell it was) I had was slimy on the outside and rubbery on the inside.

The real chicken (sorry militant vegans, my boyfriend eats like you most of the time but isn't actually a vegetarian or anything) my equally disappointed dining companion had was acceptable in that it was food, but that's the most positive thing I can say. And it's not even relevant to this website.

We were starving when we ate here at about 3:30 in the afternoon, otherwise we would've sent everything back. I was genuinely upset at wasting this much money on complete garbage.

Pros: Little decorative tropical flowers

Cons: Everything

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