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Lanai Eats

Lanai's new blog that will take you to a tour of hawaii locals favorite eateries!

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Janes Fountain

JANES FOUNTAIN

Janes Fountain

Janes Fountain has been open for over 70 years now in Liliha. It was first opened by Jane Nakasone and her long time cook just retired last year at 82 yrs old. The good news is the menu and the recipes are still the same. I have been eating here since high school and the best sellers are the Sari Sari, Pork Squash, Goya Chompuro and Saimin & Cheeseburger. Another plus, the juke box $1.00 for 8 songs. You can find jams like Purple Raindrops, and the first album from @naleopilimehana and @thepetermoon band. We have to visit these small local mom and pops stores or they will go away so support them as often as you can!

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Kohana Rum Company or sugarcane

Kohana Rum Company or sugarcane

There are over 25 different strands of Hawaiian Ko or sugarcane. Hawaii produces some of the best in the world but no longer exports it. Most of our sugar during the plantation days was sent to California starting from 1852. The first sugar plantation in Hawaii was on the island of Lanai in 1805 but didn’t last long because due to shipping costs. Today the Kohana Rum Company on Oahu is using Hawaiiʻs native sugar cane to make some ono rums. If you haven’t done a tasting yet at the distillery its a must!

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Plate Lunch

Plate Lunch

Plate Lunch

Some, say the plate lunch first appeared in Hawaii after World War II on the plantations, others say Rainbow drive inn was one of the first to sell them in 1961.

It was created because plantation workers were poor and having two starches was enough to fill someone up. Kalbi was introduced by the Koreans who came to Hawaii to work on the plantations.

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Helena's Hawaiian Food

Helena Hawaiian Food2Helena's Hawaiian Food (@ashawaiianfood) has been open since 1946 and going strong. As a kid my cousins use to bring me to the old location before school st. Aunty Helen Chock started this @beardfoundation award winner and it has become a Hawaiian icon. There isnʻt too many Hawaiian food restaurant’s left in our state and we have to keep supporting these local mom and pop spots or we are gonna lose them. 

 

One of the reasons its become popular is because of the pipikaula short ribs, but one of my favorites is the squid luau. I take a lot of my guests on food tours here and their first looks when the luau hits the table isnt a pleasant one but after the first bite everyone whack’um. Dont go during the peak hours, and park down the street, save your self from stressing over the small parking lot. Mahalo to Craig Katsuyoshi and his amazing staff for always taking care. 

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Peoples Cafe

Peoples Cafe 2Peoples Cafe has been open for over 80 years. With a total of 3 owners. The latest owner Tomas Ventura and his sisters took over in 2004 and have not changed the menu much. One of the last traditional Hawaiian food eateries in the state where the laulau is made fresh in house and the recipes from day one haven’t changed since the original owner.

My mom used to bring me here as a kid and the decor and the ambiance haven’t changed. They have added filipino food to the mix and it completely fits the format. My go to is the salt meat water cress, lau lau, and squid luau. They also make mungu beans once a week and its a must try. Mahalo to Tomas and his sisters for keeping the tradition going. Definitely another one of Hawaii’s iconic hole in the walls. Support these local companies or they will all disappear. @lanai

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