Want to know what the locals eat? The answer is plate lunches: hefty, affordable platters of pan-Asian entrées served with two scoops of rice and macaroni salad on the side. Here is where the cultural diversity of Hawaii's plate lunch offerings is most obvious, with Korean-style kalbi ribs, Japanese chicken katsu, and Polynesian-inflected kalua pork as some of the most popular offerings.
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