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This food truck has the best kalua pork tacos, chicken roasted in ti leaves (or is it taro leaves?), smoothies, and more. It's fresh farm to table food with the farm very close by. Sit at one of the picnic tables and enjoy the view...More
Can't get enough of the Lau lau! Make it a point to eat here on every trip, a couple times at least. A good shave ice place (Wishing Well) is located on the same property, but we're usually too full to enjoy one, especially after...More
So glad we made it here on our last day on island. It was recommended by our ziplining guide and had great reviews on Yelp. Only a 10 minutes gorgeous drive from Princeville! There is a lookout point on the way down that hopefully you...More
Great to be able to go "to the source" at Hanalei. Our last couple of visits, we had to chase down the truck in other locations because of Hanalei flooding. Hanalei is a wonderful town and the food truck there is fantastic.
We stopped here on way back from from Hanalei Beach based on recommendation from Tim at the Grand Hyatt - what a hidden gem!
Ordered the kuhlua pork taco - delicious and the ginger drink and the guava smoothie - yum! When driving down from...More
The food was tasty enough, the quantity adequate, and the price okay. However, the woman taking the orders was muddled. For the five of us what we ordered was only somewhat similar to what we got, and one item didn't arrive at all. When I...More
This was a great stop in Hanalei! This food truck is in a good location near other vendors, with a clean restroom and picnic tables. Our group tried many of the items, but anything with kalua pork was the clear winner. I had the tacos,...More
There is no "taro chip making" operation at this location/tour. This property is a taro growing farm, and the tour will describe the history of the farm, converting from a rice farm and milling operation during WW II to... More
There is no "taro chip making" operation at this location/tour. This property is a taro growing farm, and the tour will describe the history of the farm, converting from a rice farm and milling operation during WW II to growing taro. Then guests are taken to an area where taro "ponds" are viewed up close, and the growing and harvesting operations are discussed. The tour guide is a sixth-generation young adult Japanese woman who grew up living on and working on the family farm. She is quite impressive and shares her knowledge and passion about this operation, and the water farming methods used. She has also raised awareness of this farm and the taro product - conducting tours is a part of those efforts. The farm also runs a good truck on the main road in the small village of Honalei, which sells a variety of taro- based juices and foods. The tour is very interesting and worthwhile.
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