Brunch @ Ma’ono.

After a memorable dinner at Ma’ono for David’s birthday in may,  it was necessary that we go back for their fried chicken during brunch. Sausage gravy and biscuit sides complement the fried chicken at brunch, and as exceptional as the gravy was (truly, it was exceptional), I prefer the dinner sides of rice and kimchee. We hardly had any leftovers, and even those didn’t last more than 12 hours in my possession.

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Stumptown coffee.

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Portuguese sweet rolls.

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Sauteed pea vines.

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My love.

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Sigh. Until next time, Ma’ono. Stay delicious. 

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