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Generally speaking, one does not go to Moloka’i’ for “fine dining.”  But in our travels around the island we have discovered three establishments worthy of mention and a visit...

Kanemitsu Bakery and Restaurant

A great place to go when looking for a local snack at that odd time of day. “Hawai’i the way it used to be,” and still very charming. Right out of the 1950s (or earlier!). Mmmmmmm, sure wish I were there now, smelling all the sweet goodies they make.

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Hotel Moloka’i

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The other interesting restaurant is at the Moloka’i Hotel, several miles to the east of Kaunakakai.

My recommendation: don’t miss the Friday afternoon/evening sing-along with the kupunas (elders) on the hotel’s outdoor lanai. People from all over…

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Kamuela Cookhouse Restaurant

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Not to be missed is the Kamuela Cookhouse Restaurant (also known as the Kualapuu Cookhouse), at 102 Farrington Avenue in Hoolehua.  This really quaint, family-run restaurant is what Hawai’i really is all about:  local talent, local people and one’s o’hana (family.)  The food is varied, delightful, cheerfully served, and very reasonably priced. Their “prime rib …

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