Molokai is a beautiful and enchanting
place, but it is not what you would call a culinary exhibition.
The food on the island is primarily local cuisine, greasy and cheap.
There is a noticeable absence
of chain restaurants on the island, except for a Subway in Kaunakakai.
Most of the dining options on the island are in Kaunakakai and the hotels.
The new hotels offer somewhat upscale (and expensive) dining, a previously
unheard-of occurence on Molokai.
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The Molokai Pizza Cafe is a popular
eatery, located in downtown Kaunakakai (discounts available if you have
Book!), where you can also find
the Kanemitsu Bakery (where we had breakfast on our visit), Oviedo's Filipino
Restaurant, Kamo'i Snack n Go, The Molokai Drive-In, the Pau Hana Restaurant,
Sundown Deli, the dour Kanemitsu Bakery, the tiny Mrs. K. Concession Stand,the
Ice House, and Outpost Natural Foods.
In Maunaloa, you can find the Village
Grill (formerly Jojo's Cafe) serves standard steakhouse cuisine.
In Kualapu'u, you'll find Kamuela's Kitchen, serving local-style meals.
You'll also find the only espresso bar on the island here!
The links in the table below will help
you find more information about the dining options on Molokai.