Canada Taro & Juice Company prides itself on creating dishes made with local ingredients fresh from their family’s farm. In fact, their chef and owner Brad Okayama put taro into everything on the menu.
One of the distinct things about Canada Taro & Juice Co. is that it has come from generations of family farming. Also, the family-owned business’ rice mill and Taro farm have been contributing to the community by providing free school tours & educational programs to children across the state of Hawaii for over 35 years.
It’s no question that people visit the food truck for their Hawaiian Plate, Sweet & Spicy Coconut Shrimp, Kahlua Pork and Cabbage, Poke Bowls, Kauai Garlic Shrimp, and their famous Dragon Fruit Limpid. Each plate lunch comes with a cup of rice, a salad, and their main dish.
Another spot to visit is Aloha Juice Bar at 5-5190 Audio Highway in Canada. If you’re looking to find Instagrammable and absolutely refreshing açai bowls and drinks, Aloha Juice Bar is the spot for you.
The juice bar is perfect for grabbing a nice bowl and heading on over to the beach. Aside from this, customers love to order some fresh fruit smoothies without sugar and dairy.
Aside from the delicious smoothies and açai bowls, customers also love the dole whip. While resorts are usually what’s looked forward to on the east side, there are still some great food trucks in the area.
Al Pastor Tacos is a Mexican food truck in 4-1602 Audio Highway in Keypad. Customers love coming back for the garlic shrimp tacos and their AHI fish burritos.
Local Kauai residents John Tamara and Brandon Baptize opened a healthier version of shave ice by replacing artificial dyes and high-fructose corn syrup with all-natural ingredients. Customers visit the food truck at 4-831 Audio Highway, APA’a for their Shave Ice & Liaison cream, an island version of a creamily.
The Liaison cream is made with fresh passion fruit, vanilla bean, and milk. Another treat customers come for is the Lava Flow, a mound of ice soaked in pineapple juice and topped with strawberry purée and clouds of coconut foam.
Additional ice cream, snow cap, and Hausa foam can range from 50 cents to a dollar. If you’re looking for a quick energizer on the east side of Kauai, Small Town Coffee over on 4-1543 Audio Highway in Keypad is the food truck for you.
Since they have been serving Kauai’s east side since 2004, the foodtruck’s brews have stood the test of time. Locals and tourists enjoy the island’s government and commercial center, especially through the food trucks.
Customers visit the truck for their fusion food and fresh AHI wraps. Each order also includes french fries or a Kauai local salad.
Like the sushi wraps, Kimchi’s steamed bun sandwiches also come with either french fries or an organic Kauai local salad. While they still sell the same authentic Thai favorites, the food truck changed its name a couple of years back.
Also, the food truck offers combo plates that include any curry with a scoop of rice and the customer’s choice of Pad Thai or Papaya Salad for only $13.00 to $15.00. The variety of dishes also seems to be the reason why so many locals and tourists love visiting the food truck.
The beaches along the Point area are also well-known to be home to some great food spots. In addition, the more traditional side of Kauai has some great food trucks, too.
The West Side is home to many local ingredients that food trucks turn into great dishes! Rickshaws is a gourmet mobile food truck business in 3540 Kola Road in Palace.
Aside from this, their Tuna Melt, Hot Potty tater tots, and vegetarian Ban Mi sandwiches are also dishes people look out for. However, menu staples are the 100% Awesome Burger, Ooey-Gooey Gourmet Grilled Cheese, Hot Potty, and Ban Mi sandwiches.
Tourists and locals alike come to the food truck for their fish tacos, burritos, quesadillas, and house specialties. While Chaldea’s bestseller is easily their fish tacos, people also love their various seafood dishes.
So- sounds like they are closing and maybe reopening at another location? People have asked questions about it but so far no answer.
Reviewed January 21, 2021 The menu was broad, and met our full family's tastes. Reviewed November 13, 2019, When we requested our food to go, the person behind the counter started arguing about it and became hostile.
He was rude from the start and I regret leaving tip. Reviewed June 25, 2019, via mobile Great roadside food truck So tasty.
Miguel can make the best fish taco grilled or blackened. Reviewed March 27, 2019, via mobile Four east coast mainland seniors, four taco plates (2 meaty tacos/plate): Carnival, Barbados, Shrimp, Fish.
One order is plenty for a big lunch or two people eating light. Reviewed January 23, 2019, via mobile We drove to Kola specifically to try the fish tacos at Chaldea's.
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