The restaurant is located on Waialae Avenue, across from City Mill. The food truck can be spotted around town and at several public events (i.e., farmers' markets). I decided to try Soul Patrol at the Honolulu Farmers' Market, held just outside the Neal S. Blaisdell Concert Hall.
|A sampling of what Soul Patrol serves|
|Look at the spread! All the different dishes to tempt us customers....|
My family and I ordered the BBQ spare rib plate ($10): baked pork ribs cooked low and slow, covered in BBQ sauce, with sides of cole slaw and cornbread.
|BBQ Spare Rib plate (Soul Patrol)|
At Soul's restaurant, Sean offers several specials throughout the week. On Tuesdays, the military get 20% off their check with military ID, and students (with valid ID) can get his amazing Buttermilk Fried Chicken and Chili plate for $8. Wednesdays bring Fried Chicken and Waffles, a Southern classic. On Saturdays and Sundays, it's all about breakfast or brunch!
Check out Soul Patrol (either the food truck or the brick-and-mortar restaurant) and experience some comforting soul food! 8.25/10