On the day of our tour, we got a text and email that our tour was cancelled because they "recently ceased operations". I don't understand how that can be when we got a confirmation the day before AND an email to review the tour afterwards....More
Aloha Food Tours
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Food was delicious and of an interesting variety. Guide was friendly but did not offer any historical information related to ethnic food we were trying.
A guy called me 1-2 days before our food tour to let me know he was sick and would need to cancel our food tour. I was disappointed but hopeful he would feel better so I asked for him to give me a call back...More
This tour was cancelled the morning of the tour. You would think that with such a late notice someone would call. I understand that things occur in life but this could have been handled better.
We were dropped off by Lyft at the address shown on the website. It was a sketchy looking parking lot behind the restaurant (Yogurstory). We walked to the front and it was much nicer. We were early so we waited inside for Ryan. He came...More
We enjoyed ourselves on the walking tour. We ate at 4 lications, should have been 5 but that didn't take away from experience. Poke, spam, oxtail, shaved ice, fish were items sampled. You do get to take leftover back home. Not sure if young kids...More
Ryan took us to several places where we sampled wonderful oxtail soup with steamed rice, fresh poke in shoyu-sesame oil and another in a spicy sauce, baked black cod in misu. Sweet potato fries with a kahlua pork sandwich on potato bread, really good Musubi...More
My partner has been involved in the operation of hospitality businesses for over 10 years. We travel frequently and enjoy visiting food establishments of all kinds both on our travels and at home. Ryan who is the owner and tour guide for Aloha Food Tours...More
Ryan did a great job of introducing us to Hawaiian culture and food. We have been on food tours in other cities/countries and this was one of the best. No disappointment.
Had a wonderful time getting an opportunity to walk around a few blocks of Ala Moana and sampling some of the local eats that you can't really get back home. Every stop had something new and interesting to try, and there wasn't a single thing...More