Come and watch as we hand make our Lau Lau in Kaka'ako.

Our lau lau. Handmade with love. A tradition in Hawai‘i.

What goes into making our mouth-watering lau lau? It starts with a bed of luau leaves. Pork shoulder and a cut of salted butterfish are placed inside. It’s all wrapped in two ti leaves with the stems tied in a traditional Hawaiian way with a knot at the top. “It takes a lot of strength to keep it tight,” says Monica Toguchi, owner of Highway Inn. The lau lau are steamed for about two hours, slow-cooked to seal in the flavors. Hot, fresh and delicious, the ti leaves are snipped right before serving. See for yourself. Watch us hand make our lau lau at Highway Inn Kaka‘ako every Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday between 9 am to 1 pm

 Schedule subject to variability

Highway Inn named Family Business of the Year 2014 by Small Business Administration County of Honolulu

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