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How much should I budget for food in Hawaii?

How much should I budget for food in Hawaii?

While meal prices in Hawaii can vary, the average cost of food in Hawaii is $61 per day. Based on the spending habits of previous travelers, when dining out an average meal in Hawaii should cost around $24 per person. Breakfast prices are usually a little cheaper than lunch or dinner.

Is the food in Hawaii expensive?

Food is very expensive in Hawaii, since most of it is imported from the mainland. Expect to pay a lot more than you do at home, especially if you frequent discount grocery stores such as Aldi (like we do).

How expensive are Hawaiian groceries?

Groceries – $800 to $1,000 per month. Electricity – $190 per month. Transportation – $380 per month. Dining out – $500 per month.

What’s the average price of food in Hawaii?

On the mainland this price is the going rate and is applied at the checkout counter. This is not always the case on the islands. In fact, many locals call the price increase the ‘Hawaii price’. The picture to the right shows a price of $5 but in reality the ‘Hawaii price’ is $7.

How much does it cost to eat breakfast in Hawaii?

What to Expect for Breakfast. Some typical Hawaiian breakfast dishes include loco moco (a not-so-light concoction of rice, hamburger, gravy and fried eggs), Hawaiian French toast and SPAM and eggs (yep, you read that right!). If you go out to eat breakfast, expect to pay between $15 and $20 per person, including drinks.

Where to get the cheapest food in Honolulu?

Unlike most of the resort areas in Hawaii, Honolulu offers cheap food options for those who need them. If you are staying within a resort you will likely pay more than these prices, but go where locals go for better deals. There are dive bars even in Waikiki with cheap pints and happy hour specials.

What’s the price of ice cream in Hawaii?

This is not always the case on the islands. In fact, many locals call the price increase the ‘Hawaii price’. The picture to the right shows a price of $5 but in reality the ‘Hawaii price’ is $7. Interestingly enough, Target is a great place to shop for essential items like milk, ice cream, coffee, fruits and veggies.