Piko Cafe was awesome! They have traditional Hawaiin foods which was sort of hard to find on the island. Go earlier in the day as they make a limited amount of lau lau and some of the other special foods requiring prep. We got the lau lau bowl, fried saimin, garlic noodles, and the furikake fries. The lau lau was amazing and is a dish with pork and fish wrapped in taro leaves. The garlic noodles were delicious as well as the saimin. I preferred the garlic noodles to the saimin but both were great. The furikake fries were topped with shredded seaweed, barbecue sauce, and spicy mayo (I think) and were great! I highly recommend eating here. Prices were reasonable for the island and staff was really friendly and helpful. I also recommend the POG juice (passion orange guava).
BEST LOCO MOCO I'VE EVER HAD. We had loco moco and an order of the Fried Siamin, and the Mocha Frap. Everything was SUPER AWESOME. You need to try this place out. Top 4 breakfast items are served all day, perfect for those that like to have breakfast for lunch or dinner. Or if you like to sleep in and still enjoy a late breakfast. The staff was very courteous. I will definitely come back.
Really good place to go if you want a traditional Hawaiian breakfast and you are gluten-free dairy-free. Price is really good and they don't cook with any butter just peanut oil. Also I would order a macadamia nut + vanilla while here - they make amazing lattes and have alternative milk options
Looooooooove this spot. Not as well known as other breakfast lunch spots in the area but we found ourselves here twice during our four day stay. Does all the breakfast staples right! Ube pancakes are amazing. Three perfect pancakes with delicious taro sauce on the side. Warm and fluffy. You won’t regret it. Ube Haupia was also delectable, a cup of ube and coconut greatness with chia seeds. Loco moco is hot fresh and super super tasty. Pork fried rice with eggs. Everything is amazing!!! They also have a vegan fried rice. Order at the counter then find your seat. It isn’t too busy but I suspect that’ll change once people realize what a gem this is!!!
Always looking for a great new hole in the wall for brunch and happened upon this Mom-n-Pop, Piko (blood relative in Hawaiian) known for its Loco Moco, Garlic noodles, and Saimin... yes please :). Decided to go simple HEC (on Hawaiian sweet roll) for protein and double down on the garlic dry noodles... lordy, so good 🍜. Wife went for their talked about pancakes 🥞. Yummy spot. Will return!!
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