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Named for an all-Japanese fighting battalion that became famous during World War II, Café 100 has been serving Hilo folk at outdoor picnic-style tables for more than 50 years.
Established in 1948, this family-owned restaurant is famous for its tasty loco moco, prepared in more than three dozen ways, and its dirt-cheap breakfast and lunch specials. Full review →
This friendly family operation is where local residents go for a quick, good meal at a low price. Full review →
Locals love this drive-in for its generous plate lunches and 20 rib-sticking varieties of loco moco, including fish and veggie burger options. Full review →
This casual eatery serves several different varieties of Loco Mocos as well as great beef stew and braised beef. Full review →
An "institution" in Hilo, this "family favorite" is reputed to be the "home of the original loco moco", claiming to have "invented" this "cholesterol bomb of ground-beef patty. Full review →