Moke’s Bread & Breakfast (pronounced moh-kayz) has some of the most marvelous pancakes on the island. See that photo with a stack covered in a cream-colored sauce? Well, that’s lilikoi (li-lee-koy) sauce, which is Hawaiian for passion fruit. Despite the abundance of sauce, the pancakes remain light and fluffy—a very nice touch, indeed.
Of course, there’s more to Moke’s than just pancakes. They also have a well-packed menu full of favorite home-style dishes such as omelets, waffles, eggs and toast, French toast, and loco mocos. The latter is an island favorite, which consists of a bed of rice topped with a beef patty, a fried/scrambled egg and gravy). The may be heavy enough to put a giant to sleep, but they taste oh-so good.
Note: This place gets packed on weekends, so be prepared to wait a bit. Don’t worry, it’ll be worth it!