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A Culinary Romp Through Paradise
Experience a celebration of food inspired by Hawaii’s diverse cultures as you sample the sights, flavors, and history of Kauai’s sunny South Shore.
Tasting Kaua’i stands for a world where our basic human need for food is met sustainably through the collaborative effort of all who are affected. Our mission is to help empower local Kauai restaurants, farmers, ranchers, foodies, and everyone who is part of the food chain to be able to utilize fresh local ingredients and secure food sustainability here on the island of Kauai.
We accomplish this mission every day by providing opportunities for people to collaborate, taste, experience, learn, and enjoy the food culture on Kauai. From educational food tours to food tastings and festivals, we engage our community by helping each other experience the fullness of food and culture on Kauai.
We love what we do because it builds a better future for all, and it tastes absolutely amazing! Join us as we taste our way through Kauai on our educational food tours for all.
— Tasting Kaua’i Team
I loved them all, from the Kalua pork at a food truck, an amazing gourmet pizza and hamburger, a dried fruit stand, and the finale at Tiki Aniki with a Mai Tai & Ribs. Thank you Susan & the wonderful folks at Tasting Kaua'i!
My husband and I did the North Shore tour with Susan, and had a fantastic time. This food tour is great for visitors, but learning about responsible practices and how our island can sustain itself is vital for Kauai's future.
If you are really into food and want to find the hidden gems, Tasting Kauai is the place to go. We made 6 stops and all were great. Baked goods, juice, saimin, Japanese American fusion, poke, appetizers, and deserts were all tasted.
Worth doing for sure! We learned so much about the food and history of the island and went away feeling like this was one of the best things we did on Kauai. The food was so delicious we will go back for more!
This was a lovely afternoon in the Poipu area, and the food was excellent. Our final stop at the Farmer's Market was very crowded, but the visit with Judy the pastry chef made it worthwhile.
It was really cool to meet the owners of the food stops and learn about their history and the place. The food itself was really good at each place. Also, it's fun to try these unexpectedly good spots.