About Affordable Catering and Okazuya
In 1992, Lester Uchima opened Affordable Catering and Okazuya, only serving breakfast and offering catering packages. The restaurant moved to its current location in 1997 and expanded to serving breakfast and lunch for takeout. Today, it serves bento lunches, sandwiches, salads, ono local style Okazuya selections. Customers can enjoy their baked chicken, roast pork, traditional maki and cone sushi, nishime, chow fun, desserts, and more!
This locally owned and operated family business uses many traditional flavors. The Uchima family uses recipes that have been passed down for generations, such as their more traditional and flavorful Cone Sushi (Inarizushi), that is less oily, but still moist. For over 25 years, Affordable Catering has maintained time-honored techniques, such as making and using their own vinegar.
Affordable Catering and Okazuya is a member of the National Federation of Independent Business and has a BBB A+ Rating.
Reviews on Affordable Catering and Okazuya
See what a few of our customers have to say about us:
“We found Affordable Catering and Okazuya on Yelp and took a chance on catering for our son’s graduation party based on our needs, budget, and their ability to deliver. Roxanne was very helpful over the phone on helping us put together a selection based on their most popular items. We decided on the Roast Pork, Baked Chicken, Korean Chicken wings, Mahi Mahi w/capers, Tofu Salad, Somen Salad, and a medium platter of Maki and Cone Sushi. Delivery of the food was on-time as promised, hot and fresh! Oh yeah, and we also ordered their famous Apple Crisp Pie delivered straight out the oven! So Ono! (Delish). They live up to their name, but don’t think that affordable equates to mediocre, everything was really good and delivered at a great price! Thanks to them, Grad Party was great!” Russ A.
“The place and price is totally perfect. From the friendly service you get from the workers to the food you get for the price you pay, it all adds up to make a wonderful recipe.” Troy Abraham