Kountry Kitchen Ewa Beach Review
All locals can appreciate a local family owned restaurant with good grinds. We all love that at home feel with hot fresh food that resembles what grandma use to whip up in her kitchen. Who can resist the local favorites like loco moco, 12-inch pancakes, and eggs benedict, right?
This charming little gem is located in Ewa beach on the island of Oahu. Its first location was opened in 1975 on the island of Kauai. They chose to open up in Ewa Beach, saying that it resembles a little bit of home on Kauai. The brother and sister owners of the Oahu location, Rolando and Susana Espinosa, just wanted to cater to the kamaaina. Which is exactly what they do through their location here on Oahu.
They are known for their well-made cornbread. It’s made exactly how it should be, moist and buttery, with just enough corn bits in it. Pancakes are made humongous but are so delicious! My favorite dish there is the garden benedict. You really can’t get enough of their food. Breakfast and lunch are all they serve but its a place you want to keep on your list of places to go when you are looking for that feel good kind of food.
The decor makes you feel right at home, with their signature checkered floor, colorful dishes, and nobody can really count how many roosters they have in the dining area but it’s a fun activity to do together.
Along with the great owners, an awesome work staff, amazing food, and homey decor, Kountry Style Kitchen is a place for the whole family to enjoy their time together. If you’re on the west side, make sure to make this place, someplace for family and friends.