The Ultimate HAWAII FOOD TOUR in Honolulu – Loco Moco, Poke, Hawaiian Food and Shave Ice!



Local Hawaii Food Tour of Honolulu!
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Hawaii is always a special place to eat for me, because it’s one of the places where I grew to love eating so much. When I was a kid, I would come every now and then to visit relatives in Hawaii and feast upon local Hawaii, Hawaiian food, and a variety of Asian food as well. In this video, we’re going on an ultimate single day local Hawaii food tour.

Joe’s Grill Express – Located not to far from the Honolulu airport, Joe’s Grill Express is an awesome local spot for Hawaii style breakfast. I went with the special loco moco, including hamburger patty, spam, and eggs, all over rice, with mac salad.
Total price – $7.08

Alicia’s Market – One of my all time favorite places to eat in Honolulu is Alicia’s Market. They serve a combination of Hawaiian food and local eats, and plenty of different types of poke. I had some roasted meat and the Hawaiian food plate.
Price – $11.47 (But the owner gave me a bunch of free meat, thank you Chris)

Tamashiro Market – Another long standing icon when it comes to Honolulu food is Tamashiro market, a small seafood market. They have all sorts of fresh seafood you can buy, and they also have a good variety of different poke and prepared seafood.
Total price – $29.59

Waiola Shave Ice – I’ve been going to Waiola shave ice since I was a kid and I still think it’s the best in Hawaii because of its incredible fine soft ice.
Price – $3.75

Itchy Butt – Finally to finish off this Hawaii food tour of Honolulu, we went to a relatively new place, my first time. Some relatives of mine had told me about it, and also every time I drove past, I would see a hungry crowd standing outside at all times. Plus I couldn’t wait to try it due to its name. It was pretty good, although Korean fried chicken tends to be a little sweet for me.
Total price – $24.00

And that completes this Honolulu food tour, hope you enjoyed it and hope this gives you some ideas about what kind of local food to eat when you visit Honolulu, Hawaii!

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44 comments

  1. Had a Hawaiian style breakfast place in our town, but didn't know about the loco Moco until I saw it on carnival food show. Saw it on the menu and tried it, it's a instant comfort food after a hard night/bar crawl.

  2. Recently Ahi tuna price increased in Hawaii due to tourism affect and Covid pandemic probably. Going to be in Oahu for 10 days. Thankfully Hawaii is strict with Covid rules. Stricter the rule, the better. Got vaccinated fully in April. 😊 So please people if you are not vaccinated and not careful unless medical or religious exemption in sincere way, DO NOT TRAVEL unless fully vaccinated after 14 days and wear mask.

  3. How do you do it? I live on Oahu and have been to the very same places you have ventured to. i put on a couple + lbs! And you are a rail!

  4. The food in Hawaii is now double the cost on everything example something that cost about $6.50 now cost over $13.00 thanks to that idiot governor of Hawaii imposing all kind of extra taxes ,that same loco mono is a prime example

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