It’s all about simple, no-frills dining at this small Lanai City restaurant. The small building’s red and white exterior is unassuming, and a passing visitor may miss it on the way by. Inside though, the abundance of locals reflects its popularity. This diner is known for its breakfast and lunch, but it's not always open for dinner, so calling ahead is necessary. The most famous menu item is the Tanigawa Hamburger, a patty with cheese, bacon, fried egg, and the restaurant's signature sauce.
Learn about the area at the nearby Lana’i Culture and Heritage Center, less than a half mile away.
AmenitiesOpen / Closes
- Family-Friendly Dining
- No Reservations
Cash Only: 1
Cuisine Type:: American Traditional