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December 2, 2019

The Street Food Hall by Michael Mina - The Street Party Pass Crawl

I've been to The Street Food Hall by Michael Mina several times, and I recently took advantage of The Street Party Pass Crawl.

With The Street Party Pass, you get a choice of a select number of items from various vendors at The Street Food Hall by Michael Mina, allowing you to sample a variety of food or drink!

With my pass, I opted for:

Harissa Chicken Lafa from Little Lafa

Chicken Wings from Uncle Harry's Hot Chicken

Pizza Slice + Caesar Salad from Adam's Nana Lu
I was already a fan of Little Lafa, so I knew I would love the Harissa Chicken Lafa, but it was my first time trying food from Adam's Nana Lu and Uncle Harry's Hot Chicken.  I thought the food from both places were really good!  

The pizza crust from Adam's Nana Lu was thick, yet slightly crispy, and the chicken wings from Uncle Harry's Hot Chicken were perfectly crunchy on the outside, and slightly spicy.

The Street Party Pass is a great way to try out new foods and hawkers!


The Street Food Hall by Michael Mina
International Market Place
2330 Kalakaua Avenue, Suite 330
(808) 377-4402

Mahalo to the International Market Place for the VIP Passes.

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