For most people Honolulu brings to mind beautiful white sand beaches, gentle waves, hula dancing maidens and swaying palm trees. But to those in the know, Honolulu has a happening food scene.
Hawaii has been a place where cultures meet and meld for many years now. And Honolulu, the capital city of Hawaii, is the perfect example of that.
The native people of Hawaii have a rich cultural and food tradition, and each group of immigrants brought their own foods, stories and cultures as well. It is now all bubbling away in a rich and delicious soup. Let’s have a taste?
WATCH THIS BEFORE HEADING TO HONOLULU
We’ll give you our tips for eating in Honolulu in a future article. But until then, watch this episode of Tastemade’s OFF MENU. Host Aida Mollenkamp is joined by local food hero Mark Noguchi for a whirlwind eating adventure in a few of Honolulu’s best eateries. If you aren’t drooling while you watch there is something wrong!
For more Hawaii tips like where to snorkel on Maui and hidden beaches on the Big Island check out our Hawaii section. (coming soon!)