14 "Hawaiian" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Fish King is a market in Glendale that has mastered all things seafood - from New England-style fried baskets to true Hawaiian-style poke.
Jus’ Poke in Redondo Beach serves poke like you’d get in Hawaii, with a few kinds of tuna options and really good toppings.
Back Home In Lahaina is a casual spot in Carson serving tremendous Hawaiian staples across-the-board.
Gardena Bowl Coffee Shop is an excellent Hawaiian diner in a bowling alley in Gardena.
King’s Hawaiian Bakery is a great bakery specializing in malasadas in Torrance.
After a massive overhaul on all fronts, the Culver City spot is finally the Hawaiian luau it was always meant to be.
Walking into Mainland Poke for the first time is like being high at the Apple Store. You’re overstimulated and super into it.
Bob's Hawaiian Style Cafe is a diner in Gardena that feels just like eating in the 808.
Rutt’s Hawaiian Cafe is a fast, casual restaurant in Mar Vista that’s perfect for when your lunch game is in a rut.
Aloha Food Factory in Alhambra is serving some of the best Hawaiian food in LA - especially at breakfast.
Ali’i Fish Company in El Segundo serves authentic, Hawaiian-style poke, which puts it in the running for the best poke spot in all of Los Angeles.
Broken Mouth is a modern Filipino/Hawaiian spot in the Fashion District that should be in your lunch rotation if you work anywhere nearby.