Hawaii Mom Blog: $7 Lunch at 88 Supermarket




September 27, 2017

$7 Lunch at 88 Supermarket

Can you believe this only cost $7? Yep, $7! And you could actually get more depending on how hungry you think you are.

Thanks to Frolic Hawaii, I  learned about this $7 lunch which is available at 88 Supermarket on Keeaumoku Street, Monday - Saturdays from 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.  Here's the deal:

The line starts to the right of the buffet line. Pay the cashier $7 cash, take your paper plate and two bowls, and pile it on.  Here's what was on the buffet line today:

To the left of the buffet line was a pot of rice and two different kinds of korean soups.

According to the sign on the wall, "YOU WILL GET A FINE IF YOU THROW AWAY FOOD", so you have to be careful to take only what you can eat.

You are only allowed to go through the buffet line ONCE, so while you don't want to take too much food (because you can get fined for throwing it away), you don't want to regret not taking enough either.

Also, you are not allowed to take the food "to-go", yet there aren't a lot of tables for eating, so be prepared to sit with strangers (my friend and I ended up meeting a really nice lady who sat with us), and be prepared to eat standing up if there aren't any open seats when you get your food.

I didn't come here with high expectations, after all, it is only $7, but I was very impressed with the selection and taste of the food.  I would definitely dine here again!

88 Supermarket
835 Keeaumoku Street
(808) 941-1300

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