This little Sahara Avenue hole in the wall serves some of the homiest Korean and Hawaiian dishes in town, in a small space filled with wooden tables and island-themed wallpaper. Naturally there are Hawaiian locavore dishes such as fried-rice omelet or loco moco, a breakfast dish made with steamed rice, egg, a hamburger patty and brown gravy. You can even get Spam and eggs, a dish only a kamaaina could love. Island Style is one of the few local Korean restaurants that actually makes its own kim chee.
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