Top 10 Best Shave Ice in Hawaii

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1. Matsumoto Shave Ice | Haleiwa, Oahu

Haleiwa is most famously known as a surfing town, but it’s also home to this one-of-a-kind store. What started out as just your local grocery spot has turned into a souvenir lover and snackers paradise that offers t-shirts, snacks, and of course one of Hawaii’s most beloved foods – shave ice! This tasty treat is so popular that on hot summer days the store can produce over 1,000 shave ices! To learn more about Matsumoto Shave Ice click here.


2. Ululani’s Hawaiian Shave Ice | multiple locations throughout Maui

Have you been dying to try Ululani’s Hawaiian Shave Ice? Well, now is your chance! With high ratings on both TripAdvisor and Yelp, you know this shave ice is going to be good. And with several locations across Maui, you’re sure to find the shop that’s most convenient for you. So what are you waiting for? Go to the website to learn more about Ululani’s Hawaiian Shave Ice and find the location nearest to you.

3. Shimazu Store | Honolulu, Oahu

 If you’re in the market for a great shave ice, look no further than your local Shimazu Store – though it may not look like much, this neighborhood shop serves up some of the best shave ice around. And if you’re feeling adventurous, why not try their Chili-flavored option?

4. Waiola Shave Ice | Honolulu, Oahu

If you’re looking for the best shave ice in Honolulu, Waiola Shave Ice is the place to go. With over 2,400 four point five-star reviews on Yelp, it’s clear that this local spot is a favorite among islanders and visitors alike. Check out their Facebook page to learn more about what makes Waiola Shave Ice so special.

5. Original Big Island Shave Ice | Waikoloa Village, Big Island

Experience the refreshing taste of Hawaiian shave ice at Kawaihae. With all-natural flavors, this food truck (now with a storefront!) is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth. Original Big Island Shave Ice also always served innovative and classic creations so check out their Facebook page to see what creations they’re serving up today!

6. Local Boys Shave Ice | Lahaina & Kihei,  Maui

If you want a delicious, handmade shave ice with a scoop of complimentary ice cream on top, then Local Boys Shave Ice is the place for you. This cheerful shop is family owned and located in Kihei. It was established in 2003 with very little money, but has since grown to include a second location – all while maintaining its aloha spirit. Learn more by visiting their website today.

7. Uncle’s Shave Ice | Koloa & Lihue, Kauai

After a long day surfing and playing at Poipu Beach, head over to Uncle’s Shave Ice for some classic shave ice with delicious island-inspired flavors. Their smoothies are also top notch! So if you’re looking to spend the perfect Kauai day out, look no further than Uncle’s Shave Ice. If you want to see their creations in advance, visit their website.


8. Anuenue Shave Ice | Kamuela, Big Island

You can find some of the best food in Hawaii at Anuenue Shave Ice, a tiny walk-up window that only takes cash. They serve mouthwatering shave ice, ice cream, and milkshakes! Learn more about Anuenue Shave Ice by visiting their website.

9. Wishing Well Shave Ice | Hanalei, Kauai

Travelers often underestimate how amazing the food from roadside hawker stalls can be, but Wishing Well Shave Ice in Hanalei is a delicious exception. Check out their website to learn more about this local favorite.

10. Scandinavian Shave Ice | Kailua-Kona, Big Island

A vacation in Kona wouldn’t be complete without a stop at Scandinavian Shave Ice. With around 45 flavors to choose from, you’ll want to savor every last bite of this Hawaiian specialty (trust us, it’s worth going snow-cap style with a drizzle of condensed milk on top). To learn more about this delicious treat and where to get it, visit the website.

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