We tried roasted pork with corn beef hash, Hawaiian style French Toast, they are da bomb!!! Very delicious with friendly staffs! Highly recommended~!
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Common Hawaiian specialities make up the menu. Fish dishes, loco mock, Kalua Pork, etc., are there for the traditionalists. Prices range from $10 to $25 for most entrees. There is a sandwich list and a salad list for lunchtime in addition to the specialties. Service is good and with a smile. Food is good.
We came here based on trip advisor and was not disappointed. This is a no frill local place with good simple food. Do not expect an extensive bar or bells and whistles. Expect good simple food. We ordered the Kalbi beef with rice and pineapple coleslaw which was so good my Dad wants to make it at home. The Kalbi... More
Dinner tonight was fabulous. An informal environment, great selection of local dishes and excellent service. From initial greeting to final Aloha the Big Island Grill is a great place to eat and enjoy local food excellently prepared.
We decided to go here for breakfast based on the reviews. Pros: - Service was quick for a party of two. There were a couple parties of 7 waiting for tables when we arrived. They got seated after we got out food. - The portions are huge. I had the loco moco for breakfast and it was enough to take... More
This is the place we go afer flying in from the mainland or prior to departure. We know that it will be 6-7 hours before anything attractive will be available so why not eat like Akebone, the Hawaiian-Japanese sumo champion? There are astonishing choices available; why not have the BIG loco mono? You get toooo much choice, roast pork, shrimp,... More
I stopped here for because I tired was of eating the hotel breakfast. Plus it was across the street. Usually for me French toast is a gamble because sometimes when restaurants make it turns like flavored bread. But their French toast was made correct. Plus it was made from Hawaiian sweet bread. The eggs and Portuguese sausage was good too.... More
Very attentive coffee shop atmosphere. Food is very good with large portions. Very local type food. Worth a try, popular with locals.
We were looking for a break from the high priced tourist spots where we could get some local food and we found it here. Two of us had the Kalua Pork and Cabbage and it was wonderful. Others had the fish and chips and really enjoyed it. Good salads, nice sides and for a more than reasonable price, Quite crowded... More
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