Kalbi on Fire (Beef Short Ribs) in Kahuku, Hawaii

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Kalbi on Fire is a food truck in the small town of Kahuku, Hawaii that specializes in Korean food, and specifically kalbi – which are beef short ribs. On the menu you can also order a couple of other different grilled meats as well, but I had to stick with what they are most famous for. I also got a scoop of rice, some macaroni salad, and a side of kimchi.

Like in all of Hawaii, Kalbi on Fire isn’t cheap. This meal was on the pricey side. The kalbi beef short ribs were a little on the sweet side, but they did taste extremely good and they were nice and tender – and along with the rice and macaroni salad, it was delicious.

When you pass through Kahuku in Hawaii, there are plenty of good food options like Kahuku Superette (http://migrationology.com/2012/04/hawaiian-poke-bowl-kahuku-superette/) and Giovanni’s Shrimp Truck (http://migrationology.com/2014/03/giovannis-shrimp-truck/), and Kalbi on Fire is another good option.

Address: 56-505 Kamehameha Hwy Kahuku, Hawaii 96731
Open: 10 am – 6 pm Monday – Saturday, Closed on Sunday
Here’s more info about Kalbi on Fire: http://www.yelp.com/biz/kalbi-on-fire-kahuku

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