Oahu, Hawaii. Best Cheap Eats, Part 1

Hawaii, Honolulu Guide (B): Oahu, Hawaii. Best Cheap Eats, Part 1

When I was planning for my trip to Oahu, Hawaii, one of the most common, well-intentioned advice I received was to be prepared to spend a fortune on food. This was not my experience. D and I were able to eat on about $40-$50 a day for the both of us (errr… save for the couple of meals where we purposely pigged out).

Being foodies, we arrived on Oahu with a short list of must-hit-up places, and we also came upon a few great finds during our exploration of the island. We are both not ones for extravagant dining and are happiest sitting in a little hole-in-the-wall and walking out feeling like we have just discovered a local gem. Below are some of our favorite and most memorable Oahu cheap eats, that I will feel comfortable recommending to anyone.

In true foodie fashion, we hit up Helena’s straight from the airport upon landing. D had seen this homey, unpretentious little restaurant featured on the Travel Channel show “Man vs. Food”, where it was hailed as serving the most authentic Hawaiian food. We ordered a generous wide variety of small dishes to try ($3-$5 each), including the famous pipikaula short ribs, kalua pork, lau lau, chicken long rice, and mac salad. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Oahu, Hawaii. Best Cheap Eats, Part 1
Guide Location: USA » Honolulu
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Helena’s Hawaiian Food   Papa Ole’s Kitchen   Sunny Side   Marukame Udon   Boots and Kimos  
Author: Anna Ge
Read it on author's website: http://www.slightlyastray.com/oahu-hawaiis-best-cheap-eats-part-1/

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