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Aloha and Mahalo for visiting our site!

Any Kine Wontons is a Big Island based, local business, that has taken a small idea and filled it with BIG flavors, guaranteed to satisfy your deepest cravings. Registered Trademarked for Wonton services, you can find us at Farmer & Night Markets, Ho'olauleas, Special Events, and more. We cater, deliver and also provide fundraising opportunities for our Big Island community.


We take pride in supporting other local businesses and strive to only use locally sourced ingredients whenever possible! Our wontons vary in taste, from savory meats to dessert treats. So, if you just want them pupu* style, a main dish, or as a fresh twist on desserts, we are here to satisfy with local fusion flavors, made with LOVE...
                                                                   BIG MAHALOS
*pupu -An assortment of small meat and seafood appetizers

January 2019 Weekly Locations


Wednesdays: Call or Text (808) 783-6655 for delivery into Hilo or to pre-order. 

Uncle Roberts Kalapana Ho'olaulea. 5-9pm. Located 12-5038 Kopoho Beach Rd.


Saturdays: Waikoloa Farmers Market.  Located at Waikoloa Community Church. 68-3621 Paniolo Ave, Waikoloa Village, HI 96738 7am-1pm. Jan 5 & 26


Sundays: Volcano Farmers Market. Located at the Cooper Center in Volcano Village. 6-10am 

January Special Appearances

January 9th: Wainaku Wednesday 5-8pm. Located at the Wainaku Executive Center. Free entry, live music, drinks & pupus. Limited parking. More info at: www.wechilo.com


January 11th: Hawaiian Acres 1st Pau Hana Friday at the Hawaiian Acres Community Center located on the corner of Rd 8 & C. 16-1325 Moho Rd. Kurtistown, HI. 


January 12th: 

3rd Annual Banyan Drive Art Stroll hosted by Friends of Lilioukalani Gardens. Look for the Wonton Wagon from noon-6pm or sold out parked at the Suisan Fish Market. Art, entertainment and family friendly activities.


YMCA Hilo's Zumbathon Charity Event. 3-5pm. Located at 300 W Lanikaula St. Zumba for United Way, a great cause.


East Hawaii Cultural Center's Live Aloha Festival. Look for the Wonton Wagon on Day 2 from 5:30pm-9pm or sold out. More info on this 3 day event at www.ehcc.org 


January 19th: 

University of Hawaii Hilo's annual Ho'olaulea. 12noon-10pm. Live music, keiki zone, food, crafts, entertainment. Free entry.


Women's March Hilo being held at the Hawaii State Building. Event begins at 9am and March begins at 10am. 


January 20th:
Kokua Kailua Kona Stroll. 1-6pm. Look for the Westside Wonton Wagon on the corner of Ali'i Drive & Hualalai.




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