What To Eat in Hawaii
The best eats in paradise are fresh poke, shave ice, and the Portuguese-ancestored fritters known as malasadas. Plate lunch restaurants abound throughout the islands.
In the heart of Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii, Umeke's is renowned for fresh poke (say "pokay") with big flavors.
Hawaiian Ice Cones is a true Kona gem, a local place with delicious shave ice, the uniquely refreshing thirst quencher.
A plantation-worker style dining hall, the Manago Hotel hearkens back to Hawaii long ago. Specialty: pork chops cooked in large iron skillets.
Matsumoto sells original Hawaiian shave ice at its finest and most refreshing, either plain or adorned with ice cream or sweet adzuki beans
Leonard's Bakery is the place to go in Hawaii for the Portuguese-ancestored fritter known as a malasada.