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Tanioka’s is a local hole in the wall food spot in Waipahu, Hawaii, that I’d been wanting to eat at for many years. Finally, we made the drive out to Waipahu (about 30 mins or so from Honolulu), ordered some food, and ate it on the beach.
Tanioka’s Seafood and Catering – Waipahu, Hawaii – It’s a local Hawaii food spot, known for their takeaway bentos and lunchboxes, poke, and musubi. They also have a full cabinet of different deep fried things – like fish patties, tempura, and mochiko chicken. When you walk in, you immediately stand in line and pass through the line ordering whatever you see that looks good. One thing you can be certain of is that all their fish is extremely fresh. I was very excited, but it’s one of those places that you order a bunch of food, but you always feel like you missed ordering something important.
Here’s most of what I ordered:
Spam musubi / deluxe spam musubi
Poke bowl with fried belly
Spicy ahi bento
Total price – $67.90
It’s not cheap at all, but it’s typical Hawaii prices.
After getting the bags of food, I wanted to go eat somewhere along the beach. Since I don’t typically get out to the West Coast of Oahu very often, we decided to drive out to Kahe Point. The views were spectacular and we walked around for a little while, but there wasn’t a good grassy area to sit, so we continued on to Ko Olina. Ko Olina is a resort and golf course area, which amazing calm lagoons and grassy areas, perfect to dig into a Hawaii beach feast from Tanioka’s!
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