It may look dilapidated and questionable, but this place is a favorite of locals and has been for years. It does a booming take-away business ... More
It may look dilapidated and questionable, but this place is a favorite of locals and has been for years. It does a booming take-away business throughout the day and evening. While an indoor dining area is available, most diners usually choose the outdoor patio area. The fare is simple and meaty. Dishes are either American or Asian in origin. Only-in-Hawai'i dishes include the Fried Rice Omelet and the Tripe Soup. Weak stomachs need not worry, however; there is a decent selection of burgers, omelets and other familiar food.
There aren't many places to stay on the east end of Moloka'i, anyone who's planning on it might want to
consider bedding down in the Dunbar Beachfront Cottages. The company offers two beach front homes that are comfortably furnished ...
Locals enthusiastically recommend this tiny lunch stand. It is owned and operated by the sweetest, chattiest little Filipina woman in
the world. She prepares local lunch platters for about USD7. Menu offerings vary by the day, but usually include ...
Snorkel gear, fishing rods and boogie boards can be rented at this busy downtown shop that also offers a variety
of island tours. From mountain biking and horseback riding to whale watching and snorkeling with sea turtles and manta ...