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On your way up the Windward side, stop by this ramshackle, roadside spot (one side is a gallery for Native Hawaiian arts). You’ll find the classic Hawaiian plate lunch, with smoky kalua pig, succulent laulau, and fresh poi made onsite. Linger a little longer over the kulolo (a sticky dessert made with taro and coconut), served warm and topped with a scoop of coconut ice cream.