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    DAR Coffee Corner: Meet the locals with good food at DAR

    by Ekahau Updated Jun 11, 2007

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    DAR Coffee Corner Is the kind of place to go to if you want it eat off the floor clean but you want it nice and friendly. The waitress here sat down with me and chatted when she came to take my order and I learned from her that it was a Marshallese custom showing that they have time for you-I loved it. The servings are very big so you might want to share. This is also a hang out for locals which to me is another big drowning card in fact my trick was to order a lot and get the waitress to ask a family to share worked great. You will see some photos below of the kids.

    Air-conditioned restaurant loved by locals for lunch.

    Favorite Dish: The specialties include fresh fish and Marshallese foods such as breadfruit and pumpkin cooked in various ways.

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    Frank K’s: Delicious local food at low low prices

    by Ekahau Updated Jun 11, 2007

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    For a small really out of the way dot in the middle of the Pacific Ocean there are some really good places to eat. The fresh seafood the claims, the crabs!!

    Lets start with Frank K’s owned by Katina Peter and you can taste some local fare and who would not like to try Marshallese food when in the Marshalls and this place is as good as it gets with a wide range of local food.

    Favorite Dish: So try some Jukjuk or coconut and banana balls or Banke kalel local pumpkin cooked in coconut milk very tasty with baked fresh reef fish cooked in banana leaves. Another local favorite is mã which is cooked breadfruit in a coconut milk sauce this dish goes down well with local Island roosted piglet -- you guessed it based in coconut milk. One more thing if you don’t like coconut you are in trouble in the Marshalls.

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    The Yokwe Yok: The Only restaurant on the Island

    by FROGandFLY Written Nov 9, 2003

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    It's pretty nice... I don't remember much of it. However, I kind of remember it being like a lounge.

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    P.O. Box 3279, (formerly Outrigger Marshall Islands Resort), Majuro, 96960, Marshall Islands

    Satisfaction: Terrible

    Good for: Solo

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