After moving several times, Highway Inn has survived the move it and lose it restaurant curse. Open since 1947 it's one of those places where one ... More
After moving several times, Highway Inn has survived the move it and lose it restaurant curse. Open since 1947 it's one of those places where one generation will bring the next and so on, and has seen the Ewa/Waipahu area grow from a small dusty sugar cane plantation town to a bustling suburb of Honolulu complete with multi-million dollar homes. The menu is defined as Hawaiian-American Cuisine but it really is traditional Hawaiian food at it's best. This place is certainly not for everyone, but those who are adventurous discover a glimpse into what makes Hawaii special. If not, there is always the many luau on the island. - Lottie Tagupa
Highway inn is an overrated, over priced, establishment. They been around forever.....so what? I went there and was just decimated by the amount they give and the price they give it to you at. If you really want great hawaiian food, then, make it yourself.
Just got back from Highway Inn. Today is Sunday so they only serve lunch; consequently the place was busy. I ordered the LauLau combo plate. LauLau was excellent, pipikaula was hard to chew; lomilomi salmon was bland; hardly any salmon in tomato mixture. No regular onions just chopped green onions. Poi was enough to satisfy me and was fresh. Passed on the haupia also. Tasted like cornstarch pudding and not coconut milk pudding. Guy next to me ordered smart. Butterfish plate with side order of laulau. Looked absolutely great. He got rice and a mini salad with it. Drinks are huge so you get your money's worth there. All in all will go again but will watch what I order.
the food was good and homemade. I like the local feeling. Although the hawaiian plate lunch was not filling unless you order extra side dishes. Overall I would go back and is willing to tell people about it. The hamburger steak was real good.
Highway Inn.... This is the best place to go to get great LOCAL food.... the setting is casual and welcomming..... the food is fantastic.... this is not your fancy high class place this is more like going home to visit your favorite aunty or grandma. The food is mouth watering and filling. The people there treat you like family....If your a regular like my mom and dad they already know what you want. GREAT SERVICE GREAT FOOD they stay true to their roots! I love Highway Inn my daughter loves Highway Inn....
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