Over the years Waikiki has gone through some wonderful changes. Have you taken a walk around Beach Walk lately? You can get lost in all the bright lights and new restaurants.
Such as this gem for food truck lovers. Tucked away, deep into Beach Walk next to The Breakers Hotel, you’ll find Pau Hana Market Waikiki. Converted from a nondescript parking lot, this food truck haven houses eight vendors around a grouping of picnic tables with umbrellas offering al-fresco dining.
There’s Diamond Head Kitchen, a BBQ truck equipped with a large rotisserie brightly light so you bask in the beauty of golden brown and delicious whole chickens. Next to that truck you’ll find Hawaiian Mana serving up fresh fruit delights and poki bowls. If you’re in the mood for loco eats, check out Lani’s, which makes a mean loco moco. Five Star Shimp serves delicious Hawaiian garlic shrimp. You have your choice of ramen with Kamitoku and Tsurumen; kamitoku offers a rich and tasty beef broth style ramen, while Kamitoku offers an Osaka style ramen with your choice of shoyu and miso. And for dessert, there’s a great churros spot, Chu-loa, which also offers Bubbie’s Ice Cream.
If you’re looking for somewhere new to eat in Waikiki, and want to try lots of different things, this is definitely a place you’ll want to try out. Meals average $10 and visitors can park in the Fort DeRussey lot on Kalia Road. Open 10AM to 10PM daily, though some trucks keep their own hours.