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If u really want to go, go early as they tend to run out of food. The kulolo is great,
And the taro mochi cake is not bad.
The kalua pig is mediocre and the point was a bit on the sour side. The taro...More
Plan on stopping at the cute Hanalei Taro & Juice food truck around lunchtime when exploring Hanalei. The pork tacos are immense. My order was enough for two but I didn’t share. The ginger lemonade had a great kick Very tasty!
There are picnic tables...More
We had the steamed chicken in taro leaves - totally bland and missing any sort of flavor. Also had Taro hummus which was also bland. I had many Taro dishes in CA given how healthy living californians are but was disappointed that this place lacked...More
Drove past and glad I was looking this way because I quickly recognized the kulolo lining their window! Made my boyfriend turn around so I could go get some. The kulolo (a dessert of taro, coconut milk, and sugar) was so fresh! I bought one...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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