The menu is spectacular with a delightful array of a unique ingredient combinations. I had the black forest ham sandwich - garlic and herb cream cheese, apricot chutney, cucumbers, romaine...all served on a peasant white bread. It was creamy and crunch, savory and sweet... I don't eat sandwiches because I tend to think they are boring - THIS was my anti-sandwich. It was fantastic, I loved it and I ate it super slow as to savor every single bite… Ula is an incredible spot for lunch, the menu is amazing, and I only wish I was closer because I would love to try everything on the menu.