Aloha To Our Newest Neighbor – Waikiki Food Hall

May 21, 2020

Add this to your list of places to visit and eat when you visit Oahu! Located at the Royal Hawaiian Center, just minutes from our hotel, the Waikiki Food Hall is the fourth one in Waikiki and we’re excited to welcome them to the neighborhood.

Great for grab-and-go for the beach or a new dining experience with friends + family, this food hall features eight Japanese restaurant concepts based on the “The CATCH of Hawaii.” Choose from unique meat dishes such as beef bowls, soft serve with a twist, local craft beers and artisanal cocktails, superfood smoothies, Spam musubi sandwiches and juicy shrimp plates!

  • Five Star Shrimp: A popular food truck store near Waikiki Beach Walk.The garlic shrimp on the menu has a good garlic effect – enjoy garlic shrimp, spicy shrimp and lemon butter shrimp.
  • Honolulu Burger Co.: Honolulu Burger Co. is the veteran of the food industry here as owner Ken Takahashi said they’re celebrating its 10th year in business., and this newest location will be serving the handcrafted burgers that the company is known for, using free-range, grass-fed beef and locally grown produce.

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  • JTRRD Café: FOOD ART GALLERY- JTRRD is a brand that sends food art to the world to create the beauty of mind and body. For smoothies, they use basil seed, which is said to be good for beauty, and on the surface, only smoothies and fruits are used for art.
  • Meataly Boys: A steak grill shop based on the flow of “Nikutaro” developed at Ala Moana Shopping Center. Enjoy “The Hawaii” with our carefully selected rib roast steak as the core, and the frilled chicken roasted in great detail and a snack menu using Hawaiian vegetables. (Source: Hawaii Magazine)
  • Milk: Fresh cream professional “Takanashi Dairy Industry” supported us and developed a really delicious fresh cream.

  • POTAMA: Hawaiʻi residents love their Spam, so we expect long lines for the pork tamago onigiri, featuring Okinawa’s famous Spam potama (a foldover Spam musubi sandwich using rice and nori). The standard potama is filled with a slice of spam, scrambled egg and a simple topping of tuna-corn salad, cheese and ketchup, miso, mentaiko (pollock or cod roe) mayonnaise, or katsuo konbu (dried bonito shavings and kelp) for $5 each.
  • Surfer’s Cafe: Enjoy high-quality coffee and fragrant teas at this beach-themed café!

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  • TapBar: PAU HANA anyone? This casual island-style bar offers local beer with factories in bars such as KAKA’AKO and LANIKAI, where you can enjoy various types of craft beer!



Waikiki Food Hall | @waikikifoodhall
Royal Hawaiian Center
2201 Kalakaua Ave.
Bldg, C, 3rd Floor (above The Cheesecake Factory)