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Don't expect frills at this airy and family-friendly diner, which serves up traditional, yet cheap and cheerful Hawaiian food. Chicken wings, beef stew and lau lau pork wrapped in taro leaves jump off a menu that has barely changed since the Highway Inn opened in 1947. Favorites include the kalua pig and cabbage and the "loco moco" (rice topped with a hamburger patty, fried egg, and gravy). This second branch in the artsy, up-and-coming Kakaako neighborhood uses gluten-free kiawe-bean flour in many recipes and caters to vegetarians with offerings like seared local tofu on organic green with ginger vinaigrette. Save space for the iconic Hawaiian dessert haupia, or coconut-milk flan.
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Highway Inn

There are no frills at this airy and family-friendly diner, which serves up traditional, yet cheap and cheerful, Hawaiian food. Chicken wings, laulau pork wrapped in taro leaves, shredded kalua pork and beef stew jump off a menu that has barely changed since the restaurant opened in 1947.

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680 Ala Moana Blvd #105, Honolulu, HI 96813, USA