Find your way to the tour's meeting point in central Honolulu to meet your native guide and small group of twelve people or less. Listen to a short introduction to traditional Hawaiian food and get to know your group as you dig in to your first dish. Your local guide is a food-loving native who will show you the best places to eat in Ala Moana, far off the beaten path.
During the course of your 2.5-hour walking tour, cover about 1.5 miles (2.5 km) and stop at up to seven locally-owned and operated establishments. As you walk, your guide will share cultural and historic commentary about Ala Moana, one of the most populous neighborhoods in Honolulu.
The menu is subject to change, but you may sample such traditional Hawaiian delicacies as garlic shrimp, Hawaiian BBQ baby back ribs, takoyaki (Japanese dumplings), SPAM sushi, ube pancakes, loco moco and the ubiquitous shave ice.
At the conclusion of the tour, return to your original meeting spot with a full belly and lots of ideas of where to eat during the rest of your time in Honolulu.
Please note: This is a sample itinerary, and the dishes are subject to change due to availability without notice. If you have any food allergies or special requests, please note them at the time of checkout in the 'special requirements' field.