I love coming here for the "Big Island Breakfast" and the huge Hawaiian sweet bread french toast with coconut syrup. As for lunch and dinner, the food is a little "Americanized" as far as Hawaiian dishes go, but is usually a crowd pleaser. The bakery is very good, especially the paradise or guava cakes.
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