More GF Oahu, Hawaii.

During my magical month on the Hawaiian island of Oahu I’ve had no trouble tracking down some tasty eats, an das da true true.

The Souvaly Thai Truck on the north shore is allergy friendly, just be sure to let them know what’s up. They’ve got a mean Tom Kha Gai.

http://www.souvalythaicuisinehawaii.com/

Another favorite treat in Hawaii is the refreshing açai bowl. At the Hawaii Health Bar near Waikiki you get this pureed superfood topped with sliced bananas, blueberries, granola, bee pollen, and thick sweet organic honey. It’s simply to die for. No, really.

3045 Monsarrat Ave #5

Honolulu, HI 96815

Tel: 808-732-8744

http://www.diamondheadcove.com/

The Rise ‘n Shine Café in Mililani Town serves homemade hollandaise sauce on fresh local grilled fish with breakfast potatoes. Oh, a cup of fresh dark roated Kona coffee to match, need I say more?

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rise-and-Shine-Cafe-Hawaii/333555246747413

Madré Chocolate, bean to bar in Hawaii.

20A Kainehe St.

Kailua, HI 96734

808-377-6440

Open Tuesday-Friday, 1-7 pm,

Saturday 11 am-6 pm

http://madrechocolate.com/Home.html

You can get your specialty items from:

Haliewa Celestia Natural Foods, a little hippy grocery store on the north shore complete with The hip little Beet Box café

Located at:

66-445 Kamehameha Hwy,

Haleiwa, HI 96712

Tel: (808) 637-6729

Hours: 9:00 am – 7:00 pm

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Celestial-Natural-Foods/178056188909118

Whole Foods

629 Kailua Rd #100,

Kailua, HI 96734

Tel: (808) 263-6800

Open Mon-Friday 7:00 am–10:00 pm

Also, Down To Earth is an all vegetarian health food store with a hot bar of great ready to eat foods and various locations around the island

http://www.downtoearth.org

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Lastly, the Shrimp Carts. It doesn’t matter which one you pick but get the fresh stuff, no deep fry. Averages $13/plate. Just suck it up and go, please.

Until next time,

The Gluten Free Traveler and guest, miss Rachel Heydorn

One thought on “More GF Oahu, Hawaii.

  1. I’m very interested to try an acai bowl…I wonder if there are any NYC spots that have one as good as the one you write about here! What do they consist of/taste like?

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