Fodor's Expert Review Highway Inn
Highway Inn serves up what it does best: local favorites like Kalbi ribs, kalua (roasted in an underground oven) pork sliders, beef stew, and old-fashioned hamburger steaks. It's a local favorite for breakfast, a great lunch spot, and happening at dinner. For those looking to try poi (the puddinglike dish made of pounded taro), this is the spot. It gets crowded, so expect to have to wait for a table.
680 Ala Moana Blvd.
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, USA
- Local Hawaiian food done right
- Near the cruise terminal
- The place for poi, lau lau, and other Hawaiian staples you can't get back home