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The scene: No shirt, no shoes, no service? Not on this island. Oahu is famously laid-back, and those chill surfer vibes extend to its street food. From dawn till dusk, it’s not uncommon to see people in swim trunks and bikinis chowing down at food trucks: malasadas (Hawaiian donuts) in the morning, poke bowls and fiery shrimp plates for lunch, hula dogs for dinner, manapua (pork buns) for snacking. If you’re in the capital and want to top off a workweek in style, stop by Kaka’ako Park for the “Eat the Street” food truck rally, which takes place on the last Friday of each month.
The dish: Spam musubi, a thick slice of Spam piggybacking on a bar of rice, wrapped up nice with scrambled egg and a strip of nori.