L&L owner Eddie Flores wants to open a new restaurant with a different concept.
It'll be called Mix Plate and compete head-on with other eateries like Panda Express, where diners can create their own plates.
The choices at Mix Plate will also be different than L&L, a favorite plate lunch spot in the islands that expanded to the mainland.
So far, they're testing the concept at L&L's airport location, which has already seen a 20 percent increase in sales.
They're still a few months away from deciding if they'll move forward with the idea.
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