Best Place to Pretend You're on the Big Island
Lani's Luau Hawaiian Food Service
We have a good friend who went to high school in Hawaii, and the only thing better than listening to her speak Pidgin is eating some delicious Hawaiian-style teriyaki chicken and fried rice while she speaks Pidgin. Lani's Luau has all kinds of Hawaiian-only items, like Spam musubi (which is, apparently, Spam sushi--Hawaiians love their Spam), poi (taro), poke (raw fish salad), and lau lau (butterfish wrapped in ti leaves and then steamed). Pictures of the island adorn the walls, and ukulele music floats from the speakers. All you need is a lei--and maybe a little more time off work.