- Anonymous1 month ago
I would say no..............................
- HerfnerdLv 72 months ago
Yes......and no. Just like every other cuisine.
- NavyCrabLv 72 months ago
Personally, I do not like the typical Hawaiian food that much. Though, I do like the manapua and the pork hash from 7Eleven and the li hing mui-everything.
Typically, I like spicier food and I find that the typical Hawaiian food to be quite bland for my taste (I miss good Thai, Mexican, Italian, and other foods in Chicago). But different people have different tastes.
@Redstone: I have tried it, but I just really don't like raw fish or not fully cooked fish in general. I used to travel a lot and have tried many of the local cuisines (Thai food is my favorite). But when it comes to raw/cured fish, I just cannot handle it too well whether it be poke, Korean hoe, tuna tartare, sashimi, yusheng, ceviche, grevlax etc.
By the way, stay safe during the lock down, again.
- RedstoneLv 62 months ago
Quite tasty. Food in Hawaii tends to be a little of everything with an indigenous flare to it.
My particular favorite is a poke bowl with sushi rice.
@Navycrab: You need a spicy poke bowl. (Fresh only, the previously frozen doesn't cut the mustard.) :-)Source(s): Resident of Hawaii
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- conley39Lv 72 months ago
Some of it is. I particularly like taro bread and kalua pork.
- hihi!Lv 72 months ago
Hawaiian food is.