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A north shore staple

When it comes to desserts made with organically grown, locally sourced fruits, look no further than Kula Shave Ice North Shore. Read more

Spreading ‘da aloha’

You might recognize Da Aloha Plate from season four of Food Network’s The Great Food Truck Race. Recently, the bright yellow truck returned to Hawaii — specifically Waikiki — and it’s here to stay. Read more

‘Slice’ of heaven

Just in time for National Ice Cream Month, a new ice cream truck hit the streets of Honolulu. Read more

Flavorful fusion

The big green-hued Soul Fusion food truck is certainly appropriately named — because it serves up Southern-style soul food with a blend of many cultures, explains Stevie King, who co-owns the business with his wife, Mei. Read more

Delivering big flavors

The first thing that stands out about Big Monster Sushi Food Truck — besides its extensive menu — is its unique name. Read more

Taste the rainbow

If you’re craving something fresh, healthy and flavorful for lunch, check out the recently opened Happy Rainbow Food Truck, located in the parking lot of Café Morey’s on Monsarrat Avenue. Read more

Word on the ‘str’eats’

Business owner Rudy Ducusin recalls how the name for his food truck — Str’Eats of Aloha — first came to be. Read more

Make no ‘mis-steak’

The Unmissteakable food truck started in mid 2020 — in the midst of the pandemic — and business owner-chef John Izumi refers to it as a “steakhouse on wheels.” Read more

A summer staple

Planning day trips or around-the-island drives to Oahu’s North Shore is always a fun summer activity. Read more

The Heart of Hanalei

When asking children what they want to be when they grow up, some of the top replies are a doctor, princess, pro athlete or movie star. Read more

Cool for the summer

You’ve probably indulged in various ice cream flavors, but have you ever tried vegan ice cream? Read more

Hearty Haitian food

Chefs Gedeon Germeille and his wife Fabiola are very proud of the cuisine from their native country of Haiti, and started their food truck, Tasty Kreyol, to introduce these flavors to Oahu. Read more

‘Cheese’ the day

A grilled cheese sandwich made with macaroni and cheese? This comfort food-esque dish sounds too good to be true, but it’s a menu staple at Mama Nita’s food truck. Read more

Quali‘tea’ beverages

Discover Filipino-inspired boba milk tea at Sama Sama, which is owned by Lalaine Ignao and her fiancé Eric Ganding. Read more

‘Bowl’ in one

When business owners Kawai Stanich and Ilene Cabagbag bought the Shaka Bowls food truck in late 2015 Read more

Plant-based perfection

A new plant-based biz just rolled onto the scene. Enter Veek Plant Based Burger, which just opened last month, according to business owner Yuki Suzuki. Read more

It’s a beautiful life

The word “kitoko” has a beautiful meaning — literally — according to chef/owner Cole Hinueber. Read more

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