Established in 1948, this family-owned restaurant is famous for its tasty loco moco, prepared in more than three dozen ways, and its dirt-cheap breakfast and lunch specials. (You can stuff yourself for $3 if you order right.) The word "restaurant," or even "café," is used liberally here—you order at a window and eat on one of the outdoor benches provided—but you come here for the food, prices, and authentic, old Hilo experience.
Jun 28, 2008
A great place for breakfast & lunch faire. A perfect way to start the day before your morning adventure. Loved the olco moco w/ Portuguese sausage and ham, egg and cheese muffin.