One of Hawaii’s most popular plate lunch dishes, deliciously showcasing the state’s cultural fusion, is shoyu chicken. Shoyu, a borrowed Japanese word for soy sauce, adds saltiness and umami to otherwise ordinary chicken. The shoyu juices and chicken grease are perfect for sopping up with heaps of steaming white rice. The dish goes down even better with a side of creamy mac salad. You’ll wonder how anyone can stop with just a mini-bento of the stuff.