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There’s a Good Reason why Kua Aina went Global


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Wowing customers with their flavorful burgers and sandwiches since 1975, Kua Aina has been around the block several times and they know what it takes to keep those bellies happy and satisfied. And today I’m definitely one who is both happy and satisfied. This morning I challenged Kaunala Trail in the North Shore, Oahu with Daisy and at 12:30 PM I was cruising the busy strip of Haleiwa Town looking for something to eat. On my second pass, I saw a rare parking spot in front of Kua Aina that was calling out my name. The Haleiwa storefront is cute and fits quite a bit of people. They have both indoor and outdoor seating, but most people opt for the outdoors to enjoy the Hawaiian weather and Haleiwa atmosphere.

The Kua Aina Haleiwa storefront has plenty of seating indoor and outdoor.

Kua Aina in Haleiwa, Oahu

Kua Aina can be a bit hard to find especially when you’re in the car focusing on the usual traffic and pedestrians. The company logo is seated back and away from the main strip so it may be easier if you just park your car and walk on over. This is a better choice anyway if you want to spend some time in Haleiwa town visiting all the cute boutique stores and to take a shave ice break. If you’re lost, look for the large Malama grocery store (there’s a huge parking lot in front of it) and you’ll find Kua Aina to your left (if you’re facing Malama).

The Kua Aina Haleiwa menu that has plenty to choose from.

Kua Aina Haleiwa menu

The menu is clear and easy to understand and although there’s usually a line, ordering is a cinch and I got my burger, fries and drink in about 10 minutes. I made my way to Haleiwa Beach Park and enjoyed the beautiful view and my lunch. I was surprised that my burger was not soggy and still hot when I bit into it about 20 minutes after I received it! The kaiser roll is what really does it for me. You don’t usually see special burger buns here since it just increases the price in overpriced Hawaii, but their buns are spectacular and stay toasted for a really long time.

The avocado burger from Kua Aina is onolicious

The avocado burger from Kua Aina

Kua aina fries are thin, crispy and too easy to eat.

Gotta have those Kua Aina fries

The burger itself was AMAZING. I love anything avocado, but the creaminess in this burger just melted in my mouth along with the juicy patty. It didn’t take me long to finish (I just finished a 3 hour hike and was starving!), but it was completely fulfilling especially with my side order of small fries.

I can’t vouch for the other Kua Aina locations in Hawaii or other countries, but Kua Aina in Haleiwa has never let me down. With spectacular service, clean tables and most importantly, onolicious burgers and fries, it completely made my day and I highly recommend visiting this Kua Aina to get your burger fix. You will not be disappointed. Plus, if you find an open table outside of Kua Aina or a spot on the beach, your meal has just gotten exponentially yummier!

66-160 Kamehameha Hwy, Haleiwa, HI 96712
11 AM – 8 PM

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