Your Food Truck Guide to Honolulu
Here’s John Heckathorn's quick guide to food trucks running around Honolulu, as well as a handy food truck Twitter list to follow. Print it, follow it and go eat it!
If you can’t make it into Soul’s Waialae location, then grab some shrimp and grits, and delicious fried chicken, at the Soul Patrol food truck. Locations and hours vary, 542-8749, pacificsoulhawaii.com.
Who can pass up tacos for $2.50 each? Choose from a menu that includes chicken and carnitas tacos, a carnitas salad or a chicken burrito. Locations and hours vary, 599-0597, xtremetacos.com, or facebook.com/xtremetacos.
Ono To Go
With a fixed parking-lot location near the back of Walmart, you always know where to go when you want pulehu-rubbed chicken, short ribs and teriyaki steak. Parking lot behind 1346 Kapiolani Blvd., enter from Makaloa St., Tuesday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. facebook.com/onotogo.
GoGi Korean Tacos
Korean BBQ meets taco is a nationwide food-truck craze serving up kalbi quesadillas, spicy pork tacos and pork belly on steamed buns. Location and hours variable, (702) 808-7044, eatgogi.com, or facebook.com/eatgogi.
Gourmet grilled cheese became an instant hit when it took to the streets. Followers enjoy regular grilled cheese with Gruyere, Gouda and Cheddar, a bacon melt and the Melt of Shame. Locations and hours variable, melthonolulu.com. (Updated: Melt is on a brief hiatus.)
Inferno’s Wood-Fire Pizza
A wood-fired brick oven on a trailer makes this the most interesting place to order pizza, but try it and that won’t be the only thing you’re talking about. Enjoy made-to-order pizza, such as fresh tomato and mozzarella, or fusion pizzas. 1637 Kapiolani Blvd., 375-1200, Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, 12 noon to 9 p.m., infernospizzahawaii.com.
A lunch-truck Japanese eatery with tempura shrimp and vegetables and cold udon topped with a sweetened ginger pork slices. Sheridan Street between Liona and S. King Streets, 497-7991, Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. facebook.com/Yajima Ya
If you’re near Beretania, why not order some $2.75 tacos? Though they have rib-eye, chicken, mahi and shrimp, we recommend you order the char siu tacos—it’s tender and tasty. 2012 S. Beretania St., 429-0818, Daily 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Camille’s on Wheels
If you’re looking for the best fusion tacos, Heckathorn suggests Camille’s, with options such as shoyu chicken, kalbi and spicy Thai pork. Also, ask for off-the-menu dessert options. Location and hours variable, 282-1740, facebook.com/camilles-on-wheels
Kapahulu Avenue has this Mexican taco option with carne asada, pollo, carnitas and chorizo, topped with cilantro, onion and salsa. 3121 Mokihana St., Tuesday through Saturday, 11:30 a.m. to 8 p.m., Friday until 9 p.m., Saturday until pau. facebook.com/zaratez
Not included in Heckathorn’s roundup, this new mobile cupcakery brings cupcakes, brownies, cookies and cakes to you. Check out Lei Chic’s article, and look out for the mobile bright purple van. 447-8861, fairycakeshawaii.com
Got Twitter? Make sure to follow our Twitter list (also shown below), so that you always know these food trucks' locations.
Posted on Thursday, May 19, 2011 in Permalink