Andrew gets a taste of Hawaii's other side by sampling raw fish salad with eyeballs in Waimanalo, a drink made from the juice of a rotting noni fruit in Miloli'i and deep-fried pork intestine in Honolulu's ...Go to Episode
There are many varieties of raw seafood salad, known as poke, in Hawaii, and some of the most celebrated is at Alicia’s in Honolulu. Try the raw crab poke and poke made with seasoned flying fish roe, tuna, imitation wasabi powder and seaweed.
267 Mokauea St, Honolulu, HI 96819
Char Siu House
The Chinese barbeque at Char Siu House in Chinatown includes pig foot with a barbecue glaze.
1134 Maunakea St, Honolulu, HI 96817
Crack Seed Store
Hawaii's unique take on the candy store sells a unique treat -- crack seed, salty and sweet dried fruit. The Crack Seed Store may be one of the last in a dying snack food tradition. Take your pick of dried plums, cherries and strawberries.
1156 Koko Head Ave Honolulu, HI 96816
Many locally grown fruits and vegetables can be found at Maunakea Marketplace like rambutan, a red spikey fruit closely related to the lychee. The Chinatown market is also home to mahjongg players and tea shops.
1120 Maunakea St, Honolulu, HI 96817
Some of the best places to eat in Honolulu’s Chinatown are at the Oahu Market. What to try: prawns and raw yellowtail with scallions, soy and seaweed.
King and Kekaulike Streets, Honolulu, HI
Shimazu Shave Ice is reputed to have the best shave ice in Honolulu because of the large variety of flavors and jumbo-sized servings. The powdery ice treat literally comes in a rainbow of flavors like lemon, lime, lychee and mandarin orange.
330 N School St, Honolulu HI 96817
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