L&L Hawaiian lunch plate for charity

HONOLULU — Thousands of people in Hawaii lined up at one L&L Hawaiian Barbecue location last Thursday for the Pinoy-owned global restaurant chain’s charity fundraiser, featuring 76 cent lunch plates.

Reports say close to 2,000 people, with some lining up as early as dawn, flocked to L&L’s Ke’eaumoku location in Honolulu to avail of the 76 cent deal — a nod to the chain’s founding back in 1976 by Fil-Am Eddie Flores Jr.

The promotion raised $5,000 for Goodwill Hawaii, and customers chose between a hamburger steak, kalua pork and cabbage, and L&L’s signature chicken katsu.


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