Looking for local flavor near Waikiki?
Then take a short trip down to Kapahulu Avenue and discover
specialty shops that sell everything from vintage aloha shirts to antique furniture. But the real find
in this busy neighborhood is some of Honolulu's best, ono (delicious) local food.
It may take just five minutes to drive through Kapahulu Ave. but in that short time you'll pass a restaurant for every appetite.
In the mood for Mexican or Mediterranean? Japanese, Chinese, or Thai tonight? A massive plate of Hawaiian food or a local-style plate
lunch? You'll even find the home of Sam Choy, a world-renowned master of Hawaii Regional Cuisine. That's just another reason to bring
your appetite on your next visit to Kapahulu.
Eat like a local
Island foods go far beyond coconut and pineapples. Hawaii's native dishes full of robust flavor, prepared
with the freshest ingredients, should be on the checklist of any visitor looking to try something new and exotic.
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