Restaurants in Honolulu, HI

You can spend fortunes eating in Honolulu, but head inland a few blocks and the reward is authentic food at reasonable prices: classic plate lunch — the Mix Plate and the Chili Plate; warm malasadas and excellent coffee, buttermilk pancakes dressed with passionfruit cream; and, at at a humble storefront named Helena’s Hawaiian Food, a full menu of textbook island classics from poi and coconut jelly to full-house Kalua pig, lau lau, and kalbi.

Honolulu’s Most Famous Dishes

Cup of chili topped with cheese and chopped raw onions

Chili

Cafeteria tray holds a square meal of BBQ chicken, mac & cheese, collards, cornbread, sweet tea, and banana pudding

Dinner Platters

Flat, sugar-dusted disk of quick-fried pastry with a cup of espresso

Malasada

Poke bowl features bite-size pieces of salmon and eel.

Poke Bowl

Honolulu’s Best Restaurants

Helena’s Hawaiian Food

HONOLULU, HI

Maguro Brothers

HONOLULU, HI

Pancakes topped with passionfruit sauce
Moke’s Bread and Breakfast

HONOLULU, HI

Leonard’s Bakery

HONOLULU, HI

Rainbow Drive-In

HONOLULU, HI

The Coco Puff a cream puff pastry at Liliha Bakery in Honolulu, HI
Liliha Bakery

HONOLULU, HI

A giant plate of fried rice at Side Street Inn in Honolulu, HI
Side Street Inn

HONOLULU, HI

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