Besides beautiful beaches and scenery, Hawaii has a world-renowned culinary scene, and for good reason. Not only is there a wealth of delicious food grown on Hawaii's farms, but there are also many talented chefs and culinary influences from around the world.
Previously, we covered some of our favorite places to eat on the Big Island. This time, we're turning the attention on Oahu. Like many other modern towns, Oahu has gone through a recent phase of new restaurant openings. In particular, there are two Japanese-style food halls getting a ton of buzz. They are Waikiki Yokocho and Shirokiya Japan Walk Village. Both eateries will make you feel like you're browsing food stalls in Japan. Not only are the aesthetics spot on, but so is the food!
In addition to these two food halls, we also adventure to Wai'olu Ocean Cuisine, Musubi Cafe IYSUME, Kona Coffee Purveyors, and a North Shore food truck (that isn't garlic shrimp!).
Take a walk through Oahu's food scene with us in the video below!
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