During a week's stay, you might easily hit all the dining spots worth a visit and then return to your favorites for a second round. The dining scene is fun because it's a microcosm of Hawaii's diverse cultures. You can find locally grown vegetarian foods, spicy Filipino cuisine, and Hawaiian fish with a Japanese influence—such as tuna, mullet, and moonfish that's grilled, sautéed, or mixed with
seaweed to make poke (salted and seasoned raw fish).
Most eating establishments are on Ala Malama Street in Kaunakakai. If you're heading to West Molokai for the day be sure to stock up on provisions, as there is no place to eat there. If you are on the east end, stop by Manae Goods & Grindz (808/558–8186) near mile marker 16 for good local seafood plates, burgers, and ice cream.
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