Category archives for: Hawaii

Honolulu, HI: Will Honolulu’s Food Truck Operators Need Parking Permits?

Photo via Flickr courtesy of coconut wireless.

he proposal would force food venders — or “hucksters” — to get permits for their vehicles from the director of transportation services or risk getting towed

Honolulu, HI: Best Food Truck – Momo Burger

PAige Takeya Ka Leo O Hawai‘i

With burgers made from 100 percent grass-fed beef, locally grown on Kulana Ranch on the Big Island, Momo Burger has become the object of lunchtime cravings.

Kahului, HI: Eating Shrimp at a Hawaiian Food Truck in Maui


Geste’s Shrimp Truck in Kuhului, Hawaii has a four star rating and serves fresh, juicy shrimp, on the side of the road…in a truck.

Maui, HI: Maui Street Food


The chicken was incredibly juicy and the skin tasted like absolute perfection.

National News: Hawaiian Food – Where to Eat Like the President on the Mainland


The pictures of our Honolulu-raised president eating shave ice while on vacation represent only a glimpse of the Hawaiian foods that make the Aloha State such a favorite with foodies.

Hawaii Food Truck Owner Adds Wedding Cakes to Fairycakes

Extreme Tacos

Rent in Hawaii was too expensive to open up a full-service restaurant

Honolulu: Lunch Wagon Crackdown

Camille's on Wheels

Citation comes with a fine of $500 per person

Honolulu’s New Food Truck: Cooking Fresh for You

Cooking Fresh For You Food

After a nomadic start, Cooking Fresh for You now has regular stops

Hawaii: Food Truck Frenzy

Gabriel Luck, owner of Papa Luck’s, has been serving coff ee to university students for the past fi ve years.  NIK SEU KA LEO O HAWAI‘I

six independent food vendors located on the University of Hawai‘i

Gourmet Food Truck Makes its Last Sandwich

The lucky, last few customers wait for their sandwiches from the Melt food truck on Ward Avenue, which stopped service after running out of food Thursday, July 28.  Jamm Aquino/Star-Advertiser

Melt’s gourmet grilled-cheese sandwiches sold at such a volume that orders were halted an hour and 15 minutes after opening