Hawaii Mom Blog: Mochi, Boba, Noods, and more at Kaka'ako Farmers Market at Ward Village




March 5, 2021

Mochi, Boba, Noods, and more at Kaka'ako Farmers Market at Ward Village

Heading to the Kaka'ako Farmers Market at Ward Village this coming Saturday morning? Here are some ideas on what to eat:

Premium Strawberry Mochi from Daizu Tei - starting at $4 per piece with a 4-piece minimum, it's a bit pricey, but worth it! Other fruit fillings are available - go early before they sell out! 

Tempura from Rinka - they sell grab-n-go bentos, but the best thing to get here is the tempura, which is made to order, right on the spot! 

Jin Dui from Ocean Dim Sum - you don't normally see Chinese food at a farmers market, but Ocean Dim Sum fills that void with their dim sum selections. 

Boba Bros - organic milk tea with boba!

Youpo Noodles - spicy hand-pulled noodles with cumin lamb, beef, pork and shrimp curry, or mushroom with tofu. Warning: these noodles ARE SPICY. But if you can take the heat, you'll want to try these! Stop at this booth first and put your order in - they're currently one of the most popular vendors at the moment.


Kaka'ako Farmers Market at Ward Village
1050 Ala Moana Blvd
Saturdays 8 am - 12 pm


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