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Volcano Village’s favorite spot is a cheerful, airy oasis with tables and booths indoors and semi-outdoors, under a clear corrugated-plastic ceiling. The cross-cultural menu includes everything from chow fun to fajitas. The choices include three-egg omelets and pancakes with wonderful house-made lilikoi butter, teriyaki beef and chicken, serious desserts (like lilikoi cheesecake), fresh catch, T-bone steak, and steak-and-shrimp combos. The lunchtime winners are the “seismic sandwiches” (which the cafe will pack for hikers), chili, quarter-pound burgers, salads, plate lunches, and “volcanic” heavies such as Southern-fried chicken and grilled meats.
Surprise! Volcano Village’s newest favorite spot isn’t a rocky cave, but a cheerful oasis in knotty pine. The choices include teriyaki beef and chicken, meat or vegetable lasagna, grilled mahimahi, fresh catch, T-bone steak, and steak-and-shrimp combos. The lunchtime winners are the quarter-pound burgers, and a host of salads, plate lunches, and “volcanic” heavies such as Southern-fried chicken and grilled meats. If you order the pancakes, the lilikoi and guava syrups served are homemade and scrumptious.
This Big Island lunch spot, located at the Volcanoes National Park entrance, is where locals come before or after visiting the volcanoes. Lava Rock Café boasts a volcano-inspired theme and is the only internet café in the town where you can brag about sending an email from the world’s most active volcano. Be sure to get the loco moco, a favorite consisting of white rice, hamburger patty, and a fried egg all smothered in gravy.
Mahalo Nui Loa, we hope to see you again. From our 'ohana to yours, Malama Pono!