A vibrant celebration of Hawaiian culture can be experienced at a luau. This is a Hawaiian feast with live music and cultural performances. Popular luau dishes include:

Luau of Hawaii

  • Poi: pounded taro plant root, a starch meant to be eaten with everything
  • Kalua Pig: Pork prepared in an imu (underground oven) and shredded
  • Laulau: Meat wrapped in luau (taro) leaves and steamed, traditionally prepared in an imu
  • Haupia: coconut pudding
  • Poke: quite literally means cut into pieces. This newly global delicacy is traditionally prepared with raw fish, shoyu (soy sauce), green onions, kukui nut (candlenut) and limu (seaweed)