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The results may surprise you.
What does your favorite shave ice flavor reveal about you?
It's lunchtime and you're hungry. What are your options?
Da bestest non-traditional Spam musubi on O‘ahu.
Musubi Café Iyasume sells up to 23 kinds of Spam musubi. Here are five different versions—safe and more adventurous—for your kids to try.
Where to find the tastiest okazu plates on Saturday mornings.
Foodland Farms puts the SUPER in supermarket with the addition of a sports bar, okazuya and burrito station in its new 45,000-square-foot location.
How do the results stack up against Frolic Hawai‘i’s own Top 5?
Did you even know the world needed 23 kinds of Spam musubi?
From old school to new wave, these are the Frolic team’s faves.
It may be simple, but one scoop can make or break a plate lunch. Who’s the master of the mac?
The noodles resemble ramen, but the preparations are Italian-ish, with a good dose of Filipino and other local flavors.
New Zealand-style ice cream cools you off and Penny's has the best malassadas on the island.
We checked out 18 places to find the best on O‘ahu.
This is the Zetto Restaurant Group’s budget-friendly take on North Shore grub.
I tried 15 flavors of Spam. Which one going reign supreme?
Surprise: the best malassada is on the North Shore.
If you've checked out Our Top 5 page, you've seen our most recent rankings. But these only scratch the surface: In five years of Frolic, we've eaten waaay more than what you see there. Our most popular Top 5 posts…
Make your own udon at home with the Iron Chef’s recipe.
Which saimin shop makes Hawai‘i’s best old-school bowl?
Now you can grab a pint from Neale Asato's brick-and-mortar.
Part 2 of Frolic’s father-daughter series spotlights Kelli Shiroma’s dad’s fave local plates.
Part 1 of our father-daughter series spotlights Kelli Shiroma's faves. Tomorrow: Kelli's dad's Top 5
What ting inside this bento you eat first? Here’s what your choice secretly reveals about you.
Crispy chicken skin, rich oxtail soup and whimsical craft cocktails prove that Foodland might know us more than we know ourselves.
How a phone call to a retired librarian led to the rediscovery of the state’s largest internment camp.
Here’s a look back at September 1966.
The latest show to be filmed in the Islands serves as a kind of reboot and continuation of the classic “Doogie Howser, M.D.” sitcom.
Hole-in-the-wall general stores dishing up their own eats—even if it’s just one ‘ono item—are a beloved part of Island life. Here are a few of Hawai‘i’s best.
In Honolulu, September is synonymous with the annual Okinawan Festival and, for us at least, an insatiable craving for fresh andagi, the ambassador of Okinawan cuisine.