Food Trucks at Waikele Premium Outlets
The rise of the food truck revolution in America has reached Hawaii, and perhaps nowhere else does it fit so well. The world’s cuisines come together in true Hawaiian style, where some of the best meals on the Islands can be found and enjoyed on the side of the road at food trucks all around Oahu.
Waikele Premium Outlets® plays host to a great food truck hot spot. Catering to hundreds of hungry shoppers every day, Waikele food trucks are the perfect place to refuel during your day at the outlets!
Rainbow Rice Bowl serves up authentic Korean BBQ dishes with a Hawaiian twist. They are known throughout Oahu for their Pineapple Pork Belly and Kimchi Pancakes. Main dishes cost around $10 and come with a side of salad and kimchi. Make use of the outdoor seating and give your legs a rest before heading back into the shops.
This family-owned business brings the taste of Chamorro cuisine to Waikele shoppers. The Chamorro culture finds its home in the Micronesian island of Guam, with a cuisine influenced by the flavours of Spanish cooking.
Chamorro Grindz serves up all the Chamorro classics. Locals love their red rice and chicken kelaguen (chicken in lemon juice with grated coconut and chilli). Other dishes on the menu include BBQ chicken, shrimp patties and ribs. Whatever you order, be sure to get a side of their famous finadene (Guam-style spicy soy-sauce) with your meal.
Traditional Korean cooking meets Hawaiian flavours at Chefs CupBop. If you’re in the mood for some fresh seafood you’ll find flavourful garlic prawns and spicy squid on the menu. Other loved items are their kimchi fried rice, macaroni salad, spicy pork and Korean twist on Surf and Turf (garlic shrimp and BBQ beef ribs).
Sporting the Mexican flag colours, the El Jalisciense food truck serves up Tex-Mex and street style tacos and is one of the few spots on Oahu to get authentic Mexican food. Their two most popular tacos are the al pastor (pork shoulder in pineapple juice) and the carne asada (zesty beef tacos). You’ll also find a range of quesadillas, burritos and carne asada fries, a San Diego specialty of fries, juicy beef strips, avocado and other toppings.
The coolest and tastiest sandwiches in Hawaii can be found at 808 Toast. Ham, egg, pickles, cabbage, cheese and a specialty Kiwi sauce make up the Classic Toast. The sandwich that put 808 on the map. Other sandwiches include Spicy Chicken BBQ, Bulgogi, Loco Moco and Kalua. And if you’re in the mood for something rice based there’s also mix plates on offer. The menu is a love letter to the fusion of Korean and Hawaiian culture and cuisine. Simple, tasty goodness.
There’s more than just food trucks at Waikele Premium Outlets. If you’re in the mood for something healthy or a cup of delicious Hawaiian Coffee head to Aloha Coffee and Juice Co. There’s also Thai, Sushi, Korean, Chinese and more at the Waikele foodcourt!