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Dani's Restaurant
Hawaiian Restaurant$
Today 5AM–1PM
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4201 Rice St Lihue, HI 96766
4201 Rice StreetUSHawaiiLihue96766
(808) 245-4991
$Hawaiian Restaurant, Asian Restaurant
Hawaiian Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
American Restaurant
Today 5AM–1PM
Wednesday 5AM–1PMThursday 5AM–1PMFriday 5AM–1PMSaturday 5–11AMSunday ClosedMonday 5AM–1PMTuesday 5AM–1PM
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Buzzy cafeteria with vinyl floors & laminate tables offering Hawaiian & Asian comfort food.- Google
"Pineapple short stack, eggs, bacon, hashbrowns, and toast were cooked well."
"Excellent papaya pancakes, came back for more."
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Ismael Tabalno
2 months ago
LOCAL style environment, food and price. Friendly easy going local owner and staff. Mostly locals, dress is casual and pidgin english is ever so evident. A contrast between touristy high price and local eating place. A must try place to island visitors.
Jessica Wendorf
5 months ago
Quick, friendly, happy service. Food is good and not overpriced. We went early and ate with the locals.
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Brian Perz
2 years ago
Definitely not fancy but gets the job done. Mostly locals in there the morning we visited. Pineapple short stack, eggs, bacon, hashbrowns, and toast were cooked well. Fairly priced, $7.25 for eggs, toast, & bacon. And all the specials come with coffee.
Sam Pat
a year ago
Ripoff, served half size heated prepackaged food which you can buy in grocery store. They were out of lots of things and substituted with cheaper options but charged full. Small mom and pop operation with no sense of hospitality, don't even try.
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Dave Dub
6 months ago
This place reminds me SO MUCH of my grandmother's kitchen. It probably hasn't changed much since the 80's. It's a cafeteria. Don't stroll in expecting a restaurant experience and you'll be fine. If you're kind and want to rub elbows with the locals, this is another place to go (the other being Mark's Place). In this cafe, you might literally rub elbows-- the tables might be full, and you might ask to take the end of a partially populated table. The food is absolutely solid. My spam was not cooked quite enough but other than that we had very nice meals here. Meals. We came back twice. The coffee is very good. You get a pitcher to yourself, along with instructions for use :) Service was GREAT. The ladies & bus people were friendly and businesslike. Go out of your way for the experience and a solid, cheap plate of good hawaiian food.
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David Juarbe
5 months ago
Nice local spot. Great pancakes.
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brett m b
7 months ago
Excellent papaya pancakes, came back for more.
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Meghan C
4 years ago
Fast service and sweet staff. The coffee was amazing, local and bottomless. The place was a little dirty, but it can be overlooked for the quality of the food. The lau lau was perfect as were my eggs.