Discover Restaurants offering the best Polynesian food in Medford, Oregon, United States. Sink your teeth into the sweet fruit of Medford, Oregon. Known for its delectable pears, the city tempts travelers with this mouth-watering treat. Visit Harry and David's for a factory tour, and maybe a free sample, of one of the country's biggest suppliers of fruit gifts. Tour the area's five covered bridges and take advantage of the mild climate to go hiking, biking or rafting. Or make your way through orchards, creameries and vineyards on a tasty wine and cheese tour.
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4 based on 41 reviews
Great find when looking for a quick bite near the hotel. Perfect char bbq on the chicken and Korean ribs. Mac salad had some extra ingredients that made it stand out and the teriyaki sauce was sweet. Ask for extra sauce because the portions are so big, you'll run out. I'll be back!
4 based on 55 reviews
We went early...11:30 and it was already busy. My favorite menu item is the teriyaki chicken, small portion for around $10. This time I ordered the small Kalua Pork for $10.95. with one scoop of rice and mac salad. This dish was a Fri. only special but now they serve it everyday. So good and so much food. I could only eat a small portion and took the rest home for dinner. It was enough for both my husband and I for dinner. Husband ordered the teriyaki chicken sandwich with one scoop of mac salad for $8.95. It had a ton of chicken, at least three pieces on the sandwich...delicious. Fun surf theme dining. Great staff...the owner waited on us...friendly. It's probably my favorite place for lunch.
4 based on 33 reviews
Family owned/operated cafe and catering serving fresh authentic Island style cuisine with a scoop of Aloha. Nothing from a can but Spam. Try our Spam Fries. Ono Brah! Spam Musubi made fresh daily. Kalbi Rib plate always comes with extra napkins. Serve Kon
Cute little place on Main. Auntie Carol is very attentive. Nice Hawaiian music. A huge display of spam and several dishes on the menu feature this Hawaiian favorite. We had a wonderful pulled pork and a couple of grilled Mahi Mahi tacos. The guava juice was from a can and weak. The deserts looked good, but we had already eaten too much and needed to take some home (Hawaiian portions). Chef came out and was very friendly wanting to be sure we were happy. Nice sauces that they make them selves.Mahalo Nui. See you next time.
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