Tried the fried rice loco moco per the recommendation of my Lanai Cycle driver and he was so right, it was so good! It was a huge plate of food, I just couldn't finish it all! If I didn't have an afternoon at the beach...More
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My favorite place to eat in town ! try the fried rice loco moco or the breaded teriyaki. The wasabi or siracha fries are also a favorite.
This is a true hole in the wall place. There are lots of holes in the walls. Very dingy. Friendly staff. The cook works hard and knows what he's doing abs is very nice. I went for breakfast. I got the "mile high." (A double...More
We were in Lanai for two lunches and had both of them at Canoe Lania. I had a burger twice, it was REALLY good. The staff was really nice and I was so happy to connect with a few locals!
I always enjoyed eating here for breakfast. The locals that run this place are very attentive to the meals they provide. Try the hash browns.
I suppose that if you go anywhere during peak times, service is bound to be slower and rushed. We stopped by at 11:30 am on a weekday, after the breakfast rush but before lunch and had the place mostly to ourselves. The 2 Four Seasons...More
Love this place! Super friendly staff... great menu... a bunch of us ordered the special smoke meat fried rice loco moco... this was a winnah... the hamburger known as the Tanigawa style was made the old-style ...kind of like meat loaf...nice and tender. The gravy...More
Local style restaurant that had hamburgers and other local food. I had the wa'a burger which consisted of a 1 pound hamburger patty, bacon, cheese, onion ring, lettuce, and special sauce. The burger was juicy and better than some of the burgers I have had...More
My wife and I had lunch here while on a one-day excursion visiting the Island of Lanai. There are not many eating-places to choose from on this island. This restaurant is located in a very old building and is very laid back and casual. We...More