One of the smallest islands in the state, Lanai nonetheless boasts a variety of cuisines. Fine dining options are located at Lanai’s numerous resorts. Consider both the fantastic views as well as menu items like the seared Hawaiian snapper. It is served with charred Japanese eggplant, grilled organic kale, locally-grown arugula and a pomegranate plum gastrique. Traditional Hawaiian cuisine can also be located easily. You can't miss a spam-fried saimin made with spam, egg and fishcake, grilled with blanched noodles and topped with green onion. One of the great, but often unknown, things about Lanai's food is that locally-sourced ingredients can be found in many of its great restaurants. Even though it's a small island, you can get seafood, salads and rice that are all produced by local fishers and farmers.