If you've found yourself with a grumbling stomach on the Hawaiian island of Oahu, stop by Dana's Restaurant and Catering in Waipahu. Here, they serve tasty treats all day long, including breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Since opening in 2017, they've become the area's leading Filipino restaurant. 

For breakfast, try one of their delicious favorites, such as a sweet banana stack, a savory adobo fried rice omelette, or a classic pancake breakfast. Are you coming in for lunch or dinner? Start your meal off with classic Filipino favorites like shanghai lumpia, gyoza, and salmon belly. If you're looking for something hearty, try their baby back ribs and pasta selections. This restaurant dedicates an entire section of their menu to Filipino classics such as lechon kawaii, pancit bihon, and grilled pampano.

 The menu at this local restaurant is set up in a boodle fight style that pays homage to the Filipino term for a complete meal. Their chefs create dishes featuring sweet, sour, and salty flavors. Party platters are available for large events, including anniversaries, weddings, and graduations. Dana's Restaurant and Catering is conveniently located near some of the island's best attractions, such as Hawaii's plantation village and the Filipino community center. 

For scrumptious Filipino classics, check out Dana's Restaurant and Catering. They feature karaoke on Fridays and Saturdays so you and your friends can have a rip-roaring good time...

Miss Mely

Business Owner

Miss Mely, in a respectful Filipino term, "Ate Mely" was an immigrant from the Philippines (Cagayan) who has been serving people most of her career.
Her low-key and humble demeanor brings forth the tasty flavors she provides in her homestyle way of cooking for her guests at Dana's restaurant.

Dana

Owners Daughter

The name 'Dana' came about when Mely named her restaurant after her daughter. A special young lady with plenty of 'Aloha' in her heart. She is inspired to serve authentic down-home Filipino and American dishes everyone will love.