When confronted with sky-high restaurant costs in the hotels, it's always fun to check out the places where the non-tourists go. We did, and enjoyed "plate lunch" type heaping plates of fresh, local food for great prices. My husband had a "teri beef plate" with a huge portion of teriyaki beef, rice, and macaroni salad for $10. I had stir-fried fresh-caught ono and veggies for a few dollars more, with rice and a green salad. We asked about wine, and were directed across the park block to a grocery store to buy a bottle. When we got back a few minutes later, our food was waiting for us. Our waitress brought plastic glasses for our wine, and we enjoyed our meal.
We even bought fresh-baked fruit-filled pastries to take back to our hotel for breakfast.
It wasn't fabulous, but for what we paid, we left full and happy!
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