O`ahu offers cuisines for every taste
Anyone walking through a three-block section of O‘ahu’s Kaimuki business area could taste various ethnic foods for two weeks without having to make a repeat restaurant visit.
The up–and-coming east O‘ahu community is home to Italian, Mexican, Thai, Vietnamese, Japanese, French bistros, Greek diners, fine-dining eateries and a smattering of plate lunch wagons.
This mix mimics the rest of O‘ahu, where the island’s cuisine is as tantalizing and unique as the many races and ethnicities of people who make up the “Gathering Place.”
O‘ahu likely is the only place in the world that has such a multitude of cuisines with individual exotic historical and cultural backgrounds.
Hawai‘i’s plate lunches are as familiar to locals as the shaka sign, and most of the time automatically means there will two scoops of white rice and one scoop of macaroni salad. A plate lunch without question is a favorite “feel-good” fast-food tradition mostly served from mom-and-pop lunch wagons and neighborhood lunch counters.… Read More