There's nothing better to cure your hunger than a Spam Musubi! The delicious grab-n-go item found mostly in eateries, convenience stores and mom & pop shops in Hawaii has it all. It's a sliced patty of Spam, sitting atop a mound of rice, wrapped in nori (seaweed) and sometimes it comes with other added toppings like egg, furikake or additional meats (hot dog, chicken, katsu, etc).
When I am craving a snack, or something that will tide me over until a well-defined meal, I grab a Spam Musubi. My favorite is when the Spam is slightly well-done, topped with teriyaki glaze and the bigger the nori the better, but from time to time the meat, rice and nori ratio can change, depending on where you get your Musubi.
The BEST musubi I've ever had is a bit debatable, but a solid option that is made perfectly comes from Musubi Cafe Iyasume. However, this place is so busy that sometimes you have to wait for your musubi. On the date I was aiming to records my Ono Eats video, there was (at least) a 30 minute wait for one musubi. Sadly, I was hungry and couldn't wait. So I opted to grab something that was fast and easy. 7-Eleven has great (affordable $1.50-$2.50) musubis but if I am going to splurge just a bit Foodland is my go to.