It’s all about whopping portions of Hawaiian food here, from musubis (rice rolls wrapped in seaweed) to saimin (egg noodle soup) to katsus (breaded cutlets). Spam, aka ‘the Hawaiian steak,’ is the main ingredient in many dishes, including the popular Loco Moco (meat, fried eggs and brown gravy atop rice). Macaroni salad or fries always arrive on the side.
The massive menu includes several tofu and fish options as well. The bright-yellow interior and island dishes soothe especially well in winter.