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No Reservations: Bourdain’s Hawaii

No Reservations · Guide to Hawaii, USA · created about 4 years ago

Arguably the most exotic state in America, Hawaii’s beaches and easy life have intrigued our Anthony Bourdain and the cuisine did as well.

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    Portugese Sausage at Side Street Inn in Honolulu, HI

    You want to make a Puerto Rican cry, you serve this

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    Chicken gizzards at Side Street Inn in Honolulu, HI

    An unexpected and wondrous mash-up of food and culinary traditions from every culture that’s touched Hawaiian shores.

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    Poi at Ono Hawaiian Foods in Honolulu, HI

    This stuff is supposed to suck, but it’s great. A starchy substance made from mashed taro root originally used to make a little meat go a long way.

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    Lomi Lomi Salmon at Ono Hawaiian Foods in Honolulu, HI

    Salt-cured salmon with tomatoes.

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    Laulau at Ono Hawaiian Foods in Honolulu, HI

    A mammoth purse – a handbag, really – of pork, salt, fat, and butterfish, steamed in taro and tea leaves.

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    Mai Tai at La Mariana Sailing Club in Honolulu, HI

    Three different rums, some fresh lime juice and a dash of syrup. Nothing makes a drink taste better than drinking it out of a head.

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    Spam Sushi at New Upton Fountain (Closed 2007) in Honoululu, HI

    For a certain cluster of Hawaiian islands, it’s what’s for dinner. Like a nori roll or hand roll, but with fried rice, and a big slab of SPAM right in the middle. Unfortunately, this mom-and-pop closed in December of 2007. One great way to keep these l

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    Puka Dog at Puka Dog Hawaiian Style Hot Dogs in Koloa, HI

    Fresh made sausage, wacky tropical toppings, an ingeniously designed, toasted bun impaled on something vaguely medieval looking.