Kahuku is a census-designated place (CDP) in the Koolauloa District on the island of Oahu, County of Honolulu, Hawaii, United States. In the Hawaiian language, ka huku means "the projection", presumably a reference to Kahuku Point nearby, the northernmost point of land on the island of Oahu. As of the 2010 Census, Kahuku had a population of 2,614.
Things to do in Kahuku
4.5 based on 86 reviews
Whenever we are in Kahuku we plan at least one lunch at this great little farm cafe. My favorite is the Farm Pizza. Fresh grilled veggies, pesto and cheese on focaccia bread with a generous side salad. The smoothies, panini and other offerings are wonderful too.
4.5 based on 91 reviews
Seven Brothers at the Mill is located kind of behind the General Store and not easily seen if you don't know it's there. Pass the picnic tables on the north side of the store and you will then see where to order your meal. The food is fantastic! The Paniolo burger is huge--I had to eat one of the onion rings off of it in order to fit the rest of the burger in my mouth. The grilled pineapple is also delicious as is the white fish and coconut shrimp. Milkshakes were good as well (though a bit pricey.) Go hungry since an order of food is generously large and will definitely fill you up! I also loved that they had complimentary chilled water to drink in a decent sized bottle--very refreshing. It's also fun that they give adjective cards to identify your table with its order--we were "radiant"
4.5 based on 691 reviews
Definitely tasty shrimp - both the buttery and spicy versions were good. Texture was just right. Large covered area to sit and plenty of parking. There was no one there when we went but I can imagine, on busier days/times, all that space is nice. The chicken dish my daughter ordered was just average.
5 based on 32 reviews
Stopped here after a beach day on the North Shore to fortify ourselves with shave ice. Takes a little while as the shave ice ladies painstaking create their chilly perfections, but so worth the wait. Their pineapple shave ice sitting on top of a scoop of ice cream and drenched in fresh pineapple makes all right with the world and soothes fractious sunburned tempers. Lots of other toppings including adzuki beans!
4.5 based on 758 reviews
Tita's Grill, Is a family friendly, local Hawaiian style Food Truck. We are located at the Hukilau Marketplace at the Polynesian Cultural Center right off Kamehameha Highway. Drive up, park and order straight from our window. We offer take out, or have a seat on our outdoor picnic tables and eat Ohana style. Make friends, share aloha and enjoy our onolicious food. We are just a humble "hole in the wall" that serves great food, nothing fancy.
I normally would not write a review based on one entree but the fish and chips I had were fantastic. Super fresh, perfectly battered and fried. Large steak fries cooked to perfection and a unique flavored tarter sauce. Huge portion and reasonably priced. Plenty for 2 people. We live in Kaimuki but I would drive to the PCC just to have the fish and chips. I've eaten fish and chips all over the world and have not had any better.
4.5 based on 29 reviews
The cherry shave ice was really good and huge. The only thing that keeps this from being a 5 star was the crabby service from 2 teen girls working on April 15th around 6pm. I would not go back because of them.
4.5 based on 538 reviews
Seven Brothers "at the mill" is located at the historical Kahuku Sugar Mill. From the street you can see a large wheel that was part of the old mill. When entering the parking lot to the right there is a gas station. Parking can be found on at the curb in front of the large wheel and to the left of the entrance. The restaurantl is right behind the big sugar mill "wheel". Hope to see you soon.
Beautiful buffets offered lots of variety - one of the best buffets I've seen!!! Staff very helpful and friendly
4.5 based on 32 reviews
Yea! Ono Yo takes credit cards. By the end of my week in Oahu, I was getting so tired of cash only establishments that I was pleasantly surprised that Ono Yo uses Square and takes credit cards. However, that’s not what makes this place worth a stop, they really do have good frozen yogurt with a wide variety of toppings to choose from. The prices are reasonable but as opposed to most yogurt places, the portion size is only average and not what I'd consider generous. Could have been our server.
4.5 based on 908 reviews
Our last night at Turtle Bay and 6 adults and a baby enjoyed the outdoor dining. Tables spaced out nicely. Many had Mahi-mahi fish, I had ribs, one Scampi over udon, and another steak. We all enjoyed our dinners and felt that pricing was reasonable for a nice restaurant at a resort. Good idea to make a reservation.
4.5 based on 346 reviews
We ate at this restaurant the first night we arrived at Turtle Bay Resort and was not disappointed. Great location on the beach. Our server (can't remember her name) was just great - very friendly and pleasant. The food was delicious - there were enough menu selections to satisfy everyone in our party. The only complaint I would have is that the cost is on the pricey side. While all the desserts were good, I really enjoyed the pineapple upside down cake (with ice cream).
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