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  • Pine Tree Café

    Next to Matsuyama's market along Highway 11 on the way to the airport, the Pine Tree Café offers local classics such as huli huli (Hawaiian-style rotisserie) chicken and loco moco, alongside new inventions like crab curry bisque. The fresh-fish plate is decent, and all meals are served with fries or rice and macaroni salad. The prices are a bit higher than you might expect, but the portions are huge. It's a good place to stop for a last-minute bite before catching your flight back to the mainland. Credit cards accepted.

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  • Pho Saigon

    Tucked away in the old Department of Motor Vehicles building near Big Island Grill, this new addition to Kona's dining scene also happens to be the Big Island's only authentic Vietnamese restaurant. All ingredients are the freshest of fresh, and the pho noodle soup (both chicken and beef) will satisfy aficionados. Closed Sun.

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  • Peaberry & Galette

    This little creperie is a welcome hideaway at the Keauhou Shopping Center. The menu includes Illy espresso, teas, excellent sweet and savory crepes, and rich desserts like lemon cheesecake and chocolate mousse that are made fresh daily. The small venue has a relaxed, urban-café vibe, and is a nice place to hang for a bit if you're waiting for a movie at the theater next door, or just feel like taking a break from paradise to sip a decent espresso and flip through the latest W.www.peaberryandgalette.com. Credit cards accepted.

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  • Pescatore

    With dim lights, stately high-back chairs, and dark-wood paneling, Pescatore conjures up an Italian trattoria. The food is good, but not amazing, with plenty of Italian basics such as lasagna, chicken marsala, and chicken or veal parmigiana. Lunch and dinner are available daily; lunch consists of Italian-style sandwiches. Brunch is served on Sunday only and features omelettes and crepes. Families love the simple pastas made to please choosy children. Credit cards accepted.

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  • Pau

    The name here is the Hawaiian word for "done," which we're guessing alludes to how eagerly you will gobble up their sensational pizzas. You order at the counter and find your own seat in the small but neat inside dining area. The big draw is the wide selection of appetizers, salads, sandwiches, pastas, and pizzas loaded with lots of local, fresh ingredients. Try the "Superfood" salad with quinoa, brown rice, edamame, grapes, and spiced nuts or the tangy vintner's salad with local organic greens, spiced pecans, apples, Gorgonzola, and Pau's champagne vinaigrette. All sauces and salad dressings are made in-house. When it comes to the pizzas, anything goes: order one of Pau's 16-inch signature pies or create your own. Lunch is a deal if you order the Slice of Italy: a quarter pizza cut into three slices plus a side salad for just $9. The restaurant is a little tricky to find, but it's right next to Merriman's in Waimea. www.paupizza.com. Credit cards accepted. Closed Sun.

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