Like many places In Hawaii, the coffee is filter coffee not espresso. This was the only disappointing thing for me but I loved my pancakes as did my hubby with his Loco Moko!
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Hubby wanted to give this a five rating for the pancakes...I just had eggs, sausage and toast which I found just average so it was a three for me...so compromised on a four :) Plain and simple...go for the pancakes folks! Service was fine but not outstanding. We totally lucked out with parking right in front but otherwise I can... More
Service was great got sat down quick. Food is amazing lots of flavor and everything they sent out to me was above my expectations. Usually people seem to over hype local eateries but this one is exactly as advertised. Got the Loco Moke and it was amazing super fatty and hardy for breakfast. Ribeye over rice with a fried egg... More
Had breakfast here recently. Menu was comprehensive and food was delicious with generous sized servings. Wait staff were very friendly and attentive. Constant stream of clients so obviously well known as a great breakfast/brunch venue
Home cooked.... soooo Ono! ("Ono" is tasty in Hawaiian for you malahine (visitors)) we didn't have to wash dishes! Very clean, great presentation & some good!
The service is average but the food is very good... Moke's Loco Moco with the Ribeye is a winner. Gravy was a tad salty for me but I don't use much salt at all. Coffee was definitely better than the average diner. We'll be back.
Everything about Moke's is awesome except their tap water. Fix that guys because it was, um, not great. It is worth the battle to find a place to park and get their omelets or pancakes. The homemade passion fruit cream sauce on those pancakes is awesome!
Very welcoming indoor and outdoor casual dining favorite with locals and lucky visitors!!! Friendly service and healthy/tasty menu!!
It's one of the best restaurants on the Windward side of Oahu definitely, with local dishes, (loco moco), pancakes with lilikoi syrup which is heavenly! They also have your basic breakfast and lunch fare. Everything is fresh and service is wonderful. There could be a wait so bring your sunscreen and a hat.
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