# Hawaiian food
Authentic Hawaiian Restaurant Opening Soon
Friend shrimp is one available menu option.Jonathan Borba/Unsplash. There are only so many trinkets, souvenirs, and ukuleles visitors can cram into their suitcases when leaving Hawaii. Most of what tourists love about the state, sadly, must remain. Serving more as inspiration for a return trip than anything else. However, while it might not be possible to replicate the humid air or the beautiful ocean here in the Valley, it is possible to at least eat food similar to that island vacation.
Return to the Vixen: Catch and Cook with the Legendary Captain Kenny Llanes | Pt 2
Chef Ellard goes fishing on the Vixen with Captain Kenny Llanes. They catch an ono and a magic marlin which they bring back to the dock to prepare. They play music, eat ono grinds, including the fish they caught cooked by Captain Kenny himself, using his special recipe. It doesn't get any fresher than this!
Best Hawaiian Food in Las Vegas!
Looking for the best Hawaiian food in Las Vegas? Consider Lefty J’s Island Favorites, which is a Hawaiian Filipino restaurant in Vegas that specializes in tasty, homestyle Hawaiian food in a casual setting. This restaurant is laid back and reminds you of being in a restaurant in Hawaii! It is one of the highest rated restaurants in Las Vegas, and for good reason. Their food is amazing, and their specialties include the 5 star plate, the loco moco, and galbi. So if you are on the east side of the Las Vegas Strip, and are looking for places to eat, and are asking, “What are some good restaurants near me, or some good food near me?” then look no further than Lefty J’s Hawaiian Favorites! It is one of the best restaurants in Las Vegas.
GOURMET Hawaiian FOOD Truck In LAS VEGAS
At the newly opened antidote LA a Hawaiian fusion food truck in Las Vegas
Kokonut Island Grill is Now Open in Salt Lake City
Kokonut Island Grill in Salt Lake City(Image is author's) You can expect to be greeted warmly when you enter the Kokonut Island Grill Restaurant. It seems as if the servers are old friends as customers enter the door of the restaurant. You will likely be thanked when you leave.
Imu (Hawaiian Earth Oven) & Eating Pig Eyeball
Chef Ellard and his friends build an imu and cook a local pig on Maui. Ellard decided he wants to try the eyeball of the pig to give him courage. Follow us on Newsbreak for more authentic food adventures around the world.
Best HAWAIIAN FOOD in Los Angeles (for Big Portions!)
Steve Cha (aka Rockstar Eater) ventures into the world of Hawaiian cuisine by trying Hawaiian food at Aunty Maile’s restaurant in Torrance, CA. Aunty Maile’s is the sister restaurant of Big Island Grill in the Big Island of Hawaii, and serves some of the island’s most famous Hawaiian comfort food, ranging from Teriyaki Chicken Salad to Kalua Pork and Cabbage to Guava Cake. And now this famous big Island Hawaii food is in Los Angeles! What is Hawaiian food like? What does Hawaiian comfort food look like, especially from the Big Island? Find out at this place, which some call the best Hawaiian restaurant in LA! Aunty Maile's: <a href="https://www.yelp.com/biz/aunty-maile-s-hawaiian-food-torrance">https://www.yelp.com/biz/aunty-maile-s-hawaiian-food-torrance</a>