Take a number - this place is always packed during lunch hours, but worth the wait. The restaurant has some small tables and chairs, but not really a place to sit and eat. Inside looks like a cafeteria with a serious selection of meats, veggies, starch - the spicy eggplant, chow fun and egg fuyoung are excellent. The chicken is good - I've had better. But, the manapua is very good - not as great as Aiea Manapua, but still very tasty and a better selection. I especially like the Roast Duck manapua - it is ground-up rather than sliced or seared and has a thick mixing of hoisin, but it is good. The NikuMan manapua was tasty too - with pork hash, shitake mushroom and onions (very generous w/the shitake). The prices seem high until you realize a plate lunch will feed two to three - they tape the containers closed to keep the mountain of food inside the box!
Pros: Excellent selection of meats, veggies, starch, manapua, dim sum - tasty
Cons: Don't sit down to eat - too loud, chaotic.