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Grinds, Sweets, and Waterholes
There are many great eateries in the vicinity of the
East-West Center, and the cuisines you can find are as diverse as any
metropolitan city--Vietnamese, Thai, Indian, Japanese, Okinawan, Korean,
Chinese, Mediterranean, Italian, French, and of course, local-style plate
lunches as well as Hawaiian food. Some are located in walking distance, and
others are easily accessibly by TheBus,
the public transportation here in O'ahu. Also, there are many Biki bike stations throughout town for you to conveniently rent a bike, whenever you like.
We have listed some high-end superb
restaurants for special occasions, but most of the eateries listed are
reasonable. Take advantage of Bring Your Own Beer/Beverage restaurants and
enjoy your choice of wine, brew, or any alcohol with your
On Tuesdays and Fridays, there is a farmer's market by
the UHM campus center (on the bookstore entrance side, in front of ATM
machines). They typically start setting up around 7:30 am and start breaking
down around 1:30 pm. It is convenient to buy fresh fruits and vegetables there
instead of hiking up to Mānoa or go into town.
Head of Bodhisattva, Tang Dynasty, China Photo Credit: www. metmuseum.org
Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed here do
not necessarily reflect those of the Department of Education, Asian Studies Development Program,
East-West Center, or University of Hawai‘i.