Phoenix Day Six...and Moku Hawaiian Grill

Last day to laze around the pool reading a John Grisham novel (Hey. Last year I tried to read Heart of Darkness by the pool but it just required too much concentration).
One thing about the heat (Sorry. Weather again.) is that there is a certain amount of forced relaxation. No running up and down mountains and even wandering around the Desert Botanical Gardens is uncomfortable at these temperatures especially if you are not acclimatized. So we spent some time getting wrinkly in the water and enjoying the occasional nap. Back to reality tomorrow!
For our last meal (well not last meal ever), we went to Moku Hawaiian Grill.
I learned about this place from a workmate who also had stayed at the townhouse in Ahwatukee. Moku is in a strip mall not far away. It's a casual place that offers decent combinations starting with your choice of white or brown rice.
Each combo comes with 2 proteins and 2 sides. We ordered Katsu Chicken and Kalua Pork, with Kimchi Slaw and Macaroni Salad.  Everything was pretty decent here. The katsu was crispy and the proteins were both moist.
For the second combo with nicely cooked brown rice was we ordered Mochiko Wings and Pulehu Chicken with Sweet Corn and Garlic Edamame. The wings were tasty as was especially the edamame. We also helped ourselves to Katsu Sauce as well as regular and spicy Teriyaki. The coolest thing is that all of this came to under $20 and we did not leave hungry!
This is a casual convenient place run by some friendly people. 
For what it's worth we give Moku Hawaiian Grill 4 out of 5.
Moku Hawaiian Grill Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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