Hawaii is probably one of the best states in the US to partake in East Asian and Southeast Asian cuisine. In part three of the tourist’s guide, we cover Japanese food types that you are less likely to get in your hometown.
So you’ve been to Hawaii before, or you’re staying for longer than a small handful of days. In part two of the Tourists’ guide, we start the intermediate course and cover food topics for the slightly more experienced Hawaii traveler.
I get a little sad when I see mainland tourists lined up outside the Cheesecake Factory in Waikiki waiting over an hour for a table when they can eat there at home. If this is your first time to Hawaii, even if you’re not the most adventurous, here’s a short list of Hawaii-centric foods to try that’s better than what you get at home.