Hawaii Mom Blog: Tats Shaved Ice Truck




June 16, 2023

Tats Shaved Ice Truck

Last weekend, we noticed Tats Shaved Ice's yellow truck parked on Kamehameha Highway, across from Hawaiian Memorial Park. It's located to the right of Haliipua Flowers florist - just look these two green buildings on the mauka side of Kamehameha Highway, between H-3 and Mokulele Drive.

It's hard not to notice their yellow food truck in front of the green house.

They only have one size - large, and it sells for $8. You can choose up to three flavors. There are currently no toppings, but the lady said they are working on adding items such as ice cream, azuki beans, etc.

This is a one-person show, but we did not have to wait long for our shave ice.

This is what the large looks like.  It's pretty big! And it melts quickly. The ice is super fine, similar to Waiola. The flavors are pretty standard to what you'd find at other shave ice places. 

We decided to buy the reusable holder for $2, because the shave ice kept falling to the ground. 

Since their hours are not set, the lady suggested emailing them to join the email list to get updates: whereistats@gmail.com.  Or you can try calling them at 808-221-7525. 

I had never seen or heard of Tats before, but apparently they've been around for years, more recently at places such as Heeia Pier, and right outside of Bayview Mini Putt.  It's great to have a shave ice truck in our neighborhood, and I hope they add toppings to their menu soon!


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