The Best Fast Food Restaurants in Hawaii

You’ve decided to stay in a rental house in Hawaii, spend time on the beach and generally enjoy yourselves, but where are you going to eat? Hawaii can be a little expensive when it comes to dining out but if like me you’re a lover of fast food you may be interested to know there’s plenty of fast food available in Hawaii.

Let’s take a look at some of the best fast food restaurants in Hawaii so you know exactly where to pick up the juiciest burger or the tastiest dish:

Waikiki Beachside Kitchen

The Waikiki Beachside Kitchen, located at 2556 Lemon Road, Honolulu, is perhaps one of the very best places for you to grab a bite to eat or enjoy a hot meal. Open 7 days a week and offering breakfast, snacks, burgers and more, the menu is a pretty good one and the food really is a good price. For example, at the time of writing, you can get a breakfast for $3. The Waikiki Beachside Kitchen only takes cash, but the food is always really well cooked and the service is very good too. There is limited seating so if you want to sit down while you eat you may want to avoid lunchtimes, but you can always eat your food by the beach should you wish.

The menu here is pretty good, and you can choose from a good selection of burgers, plate meals and of course, breakfast. Open 8 am – 2 pm and 5 pm – 8 pm Monday to Saturday, and 8 am – 2 pm Sundays, Waikiki Beachside Kitchen is one of the best fast food joints in Hawaii.

Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen

Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen is another great eatery and can be found at 1515 Dillingham Blvd, Honolulu. Serving chicken thighs, wings, legs, and more, if you love chicken you need to eat at Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen. Although this fast food joint is part of a franchise and not a family run and owned place it is well worth a visit. If you’re not in the mood for a spot of chicken you can always grab a sandwich, some seafood, or a dessert or two if you wish. How about some curry with rice and an apple pie to finish off with? If you don’t want to wait inside for your order you can always go through the drive-thru, and eat where you please.

Open 7 am – 11 pm 7 days a week, Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen is a good place to grab something tasty early in the morning or late at night.

Mi Almita

Mi Almita is a must-visit taco place that can be found at 2330 Kalakaua Ave, Honolulu. In addition to serving tacos, you can also try some quesadilla and perhaps some guacamole and chips. With a very relaxed atmosphere, and reasonably priced meals, Mi Almita really is somewhere you need to try at least once.

Most of the dishes will be prepared right in front of you, and you have the opportunity to choose your fillings should you wish, and dine on something fresh and tasty. If you’re not looking for a posh meal but you would like to enjoy something special, you need to head to Mi Almita.

Napoleon’s Bakery Kapahulu

Napoleon’s Bakery Kapahulu can be found within Zippy’s and is located at 601 Kapahulu Ave, Honolulu. Open an impressive 24 hours a day, every day, this eatery really is something else. If you would like to taste some delectable cakes, some delicious donuts and divine desserts, this is the place to be.

Forget the diet, remember you’re on vacation and enjoy some very tasty treats. The cocoa fudge brownies with walnuts are worth a try as is the chocolate cream ultimate donut. You cannot get cookies at the Bakery, but what you can get are some very satisfying treats that can cost a little more than some sold elsewhere, but they all taste great.

Island Style BBQ

Island Style BBQ is located at 2011 N King St, Honolulu, and is home to some amazing meals that will leave you coming back for more. Open from 5:30 am – 7 pm Monday – Friday, and 5:30 am – 5 pm on Saturdays (Closed on Sundays), you can dine on something warming and wonderful right here.

The menu here is quite impressive, and you have the chance to order a small, medium, or a large portion of various dishes, and all of the prices are reasonable, considering the portions are not small. The eatery has a nice relaxed atmosphere, and the service is pretty good. If you are looking to eat somewhere nice, reasonably priced, and friendly, you need to head to Island Style BBQ. Visit this place at least once during your time in Hawaii, you won’t regret it.

Many of us fast food lovers have enjoyed a few meals at some very well-known fast food joints. But if you want to enjoy locally produced food that’s a little bit different, you need to eat at some of the above places. You really can get that fast food feel that you love while still enjoying some very tasty dishes. Enjoy a $3 breakfast at Waikiki Beachside Kitchen, have some chicken at Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, and some delicious desserts at Napoleon’s Bakery. No matter where you decide to eat, you can be sure that there really is something for everyone.