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Some of the best plate lunches in the city can be found at a counter in the Uwajimaya food court. That’s where you’ll find Aloha Plates, which serves delicious loco moco complete with a tasty butter patty, fluffy rice, thick brown gravy, and a fried egg that’s flawlessly runny even after we rode home in the car. Then there’s the kalua pork that puts most BBQ spots in town to shame for its tenderness alone. But if you’re here for one thing, don’t miss the huli huli chicken - our fork dropped with a dramatic soap opera clang after we tasted this smoky, flavorful thigh meat for the first time.
While you’re at Uwajimaya dropping off your ballot, stop by the food court inside the supermarket. That’s where you’ll find Aloha Plates, a counter that serves incredible huli huli chicken, kalua pork, and loco moco.