Here in Hawaii, you can forget about counting calories as local cuisine never fails to be hearty and sinfully delicious. For the newbies looking for a little “in,” we’re here to provide an essential guide to some of the most popular local food dishes.
Hawaiian cuisine is a fusion of East meets West. Multiethnic immigrants from Europe to the South Pacific have, over the years, relocated to the isolated island chain, bringing with them their unique culinary staples that have been unified to form the modern menu of Hawaiian gastronomy
Looking for a taste of Hawaii? Try the perfect tropical blend of passion fruit, orange and guava nectar for the luscious and refreshing beverage described as the very taste of the Hawaiian Islands
Nowhere on Maui is there such a concentration of great restaurants and nightlife than at the crossroads of Hana Highway and Baldwin Avenue in Paia.
Most people have had pineapple in one form or another via piña colada, desserts or in juices but nothing compares to a fresh Hawaii pineapple.