Hawaiian Restaurants Serving Spam Musubi In Metro Phoenix

National Spam Musubi Day is on August 8, providing the perfect reminder to munch on delicious foods, or grinds as they’re called in Hawaii. Spam musubi is a Hawaiian snack that resembles an enormous piece of sushi. It is a block of sticky rice topped with a slice of fried Spam adhered together with teriyaki sauce and wrapped with a rectangle-shaped sheet of nori, a dehydrated and snackable seaweed.
But unlike the more miniature sushi and onigiri counterparts from Japan — these hearty Spam treats are about half the size of a sandwich.