If you make the trek to a second-floor corner of Downtown’s California Hotel, you will see a line out the door for almost every minute Aloha Specialties is open. The food here seems to satisfy every islander’s palate for the eats of the 50th State, whether they're chowing on loco moco—a ground beef patty with a fried egg on top over white rice—or kaluha pork.
Aloha Specialties featues teriyaki plates, stews and curry specialties, combination plates and noodle dishes such as Chicken Tou Saimin and rice bowls.
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