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Phil's Treasure Pot opens in Menlo Park

 

If you have a hankering for Hawaiian barbecue, a Spam and egg sandwich, or an order of gravy fries, look no farther than Phil's Treasure Pot, a Hawaiian barbecue and Chinese specialty take-out shop, which opened last month at 625 Oak Grove Ave. in Menlo Park.

Phil is Phil Lam, formerly of J&J Barbecue, and he has set up shop at the former location of Mr. Chau's and the Spice Hut.

At the new eatery, you can order a Hawaiian plate lunch, which is freshly prepared in less than 10 minutes. A small plate includes one scoop of rice and one scoop of macaroni salad, plus entree. A large plate includes two scoops of rice and one scoop of macaroni salad. Barbecue short ribs are $5.50 for a small portion, $6.50 for large.

Chinese specialties include won ton soup, sweet and sour pork, lemon chicken, Mongolian beef, and kung pao prawns.

Hawaiian Sun juices are available, along with other soft drinks.

Phil's also prepares Hawaiian party trays.

For restaurant hours, call 561-4296.

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