Published On: Sun, Aug 30th, 2015

Delicious Food in Honolulu, Hawaii

Delicious-Food-in-Honolulu,-Hawaii1Apart from sightseeing, sampling the local delicacies is an important part of the travel experience for tourists of all ages. When you are far away from your comfort zone, it is a great experience to try something new and different during your trip, which is true not only when you travel overseas but also true when you travel within your country.

Honolulu is not only paradise, but also a paradise for tourist. There are all kinds of tourist traps, fancy shops, as well as overpriced beverages to be had. You can go appreciate historical sites and natural wonders all day long, then choose to spend your night at a club or karaoke place. Well, of course, Honolulu has all the usual chains that you might expect to find in any city to offer.

In Waikiki area, for instance, you have Outback Steakhouse and P.F. Chang’s, both of which are famous as having gluten free menus. You can also go to Roy’s, which is a pricier Asian-fusion type place, or Yard House. In addition, you can also find a California Pizza Kitchen hiding somewhere, and they’re also reportedly very accommodating to GF diners.

In the Ala Moana/Ward area, you are also offered a wide range of options, such as Old Spaghetti Factory, Buca di Beppo, and Macaroni Grill, all of which can satisfy your Italian needs, with Wahoo’s Fish Tacos there for a more “South of the Border” experience. Alternatively, you can choose go to Z Pizza for your gluten free pizza fix, and get some Dairy Queen for desert.

Besides, when head to Kahala area, you will be offered some more options. Whole Foods not only has different kinds of GF groceries, but prepared foods with clearly listed ingredients for those who come to visit here.

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