The restaurant’s name is a nod to the space’s former life as an auto body shop, as well as to an early 20th-century roadster called the Super Six, which was powerful and practical — not unlike the protein-packed loco moco dish itself. Super Six sticks close to the classic recipe, delivering a dish composed of a beef patty, gravy, rice and two eggs garnished with some pickled red onions. In addition to the loco moco, the menu features a slew of pan-Asian style Hawaiian favorites.
Special Dishes: Loco Moco
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