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March 21, 2016

Musubi & Bento IYASUME - Waikiki


Since we were staycationing right next door, our family picked up lunch from Musubi & Bento IYASUME.

They have a vast selection of musubis, bentos, and bowls, all at very reasonable prices.

And despite the compact nature of all the items, you will end up full and satisfied!


Ground Chicken Rice Ball
Bacon, Egg, SPAM, & Cheese Musubi

SPAM & Egg Musubi

Sliced Fried Chicken Mayo Bowl
The tiny shop has a such a large selection of items to choose from (be sure to look carefully - they have menus and pictures all over the place!). Everyone in my family opted for at least one musubi (they each enjoyed their selections), but I decided to get the fried chicken bowl. Rice was topped with chicken, mayo, seaweed, and a spicy sauce. It was so delicious, and so filling (I got a mini). I want to try and replicate it at home!

The woman who was working advised us they get deliveries of musubis twice a day, and if they run out of specific ones you want they can put in an order for you.

This location is cash only, but you won't need much - everything is so cheap (for us our total was less than $20 for everything we ordered).

Musubi & Bento IYASUME is a welcome find in Waikiki!


Musubi & Bento IYASUME
334 Seaside Ave
Honolulu, HI 96815

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