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Whatever you feel like eating, you may find it in this marketplace's food court. The prices are great and quantity good. Super good is the freshly baked rolls at the corner stall, always piping hot as she can't keep them from selling out minutes after...More
We went walking around Chinatown and found this market. It sells all sorts of things Food - be a bit careful not particularly hygienic looking but very interesting. Clothes shop some bargains to be had and interesting characters. Recommend the experience
The entire area is pretty scary
Take a wrong turn and you run into homeless people and decrepit buildings.
The Maunakea Marketplace is FILTHY, the restaurants are filthy and there are NO food inspection permits visible anywhere.
We read a lot of reviews good and...More
Contains several filipino food stalls with turo turo (point point) style servings. There is also a market with several stalls that is reminds me of the pelengke (food market) in the Philippines. Fresh fresh, meat, and vegetables. Prices are cheap!!!
Visitors to Honolulu would do well to make a trip to Chinatown. Our standard trip is lunch with a stroll through the marketplace. This is the real deal. You've got local buses pulling up and offloading immigrants seeking supplies. There are fishmongers selling fish so...More
The marketplace should not be missed if you are visiting Chinatown or the Foster Botanical Garden, which is a short walk away. There is a tremendous array of fresh seafood, meat, vegetables and fruit--only some of which I recognized. The food court adjacent to the...More