Hawaii Mom Blog: Kids Eat Free on Tuesdays at Wahoo’s




July 2, 2019

Kids Eat Free on Tuesdays at Wahoo’s

Disclosure:  Complimentary meal was received.  All opinions are honest and entirely my own.
Earlier this year, Wahoo’s Fish Taco had a grand re-opening after the restaurant underwent renovations.  We were so excited to be invited to try out their new breakfast and lunch items!  What’s great about Wahoo’s is that they really cater to families.  On Tuesdays, kids eat free off the kids’ menu with the purchase of entrees off the regular menu. 

The kids can be a tough crowd, but were soon won over by Wahoo’s delicious tacos, fries, and quesadilla.

My daughter said she liked that the quesadilla was crispy.  

I had heard all the rave reviews on the kalbi moco so I had to try it.  They were right! It’s absolutely delicious! The meat is flavorful and tender.  The best part is that it is served on fried rice. 

Their new burger was very good as well.  I liked the soft and sweet bun.  It paired well with the juicy burger and the veggie toppings and avocado were really tasty.

We also tried the Mac Nut Pancakes which was my dessert after the savory dishes.  These pancakes are HUGE and easily enough to share.  They come with your choice of maple or coconut syrup.   

Thank you so much to Wahoo's for our family's delicious meal!  We will definitely be back!

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