Royal Hawaiian Center, Waikiki’s premier shopping and dining destination, announces the grand opening of its latest dining concept, Waikiki Food Hall. The Waikiki Food Hall opened on March 7, 2020, featuring eight unique restaurant concepts.
Royal Hawaiian Center’s Waikiki Food Hall Restaurants
Milk – Japan’s first specialty store for fresh cream ice cream comes to Waikiki with their unique whipped soft serve. The shop will feature their popular milky soft ice cream and fresh cream soft ice cream with exclusive tropical Hawaiian flavors.
JTRRD Café – The café serves fruit and superfood smoothies that have been described as works of art.
Meataly Boys – The grill-shop serves Hawaii-grown meats including high quality steaks, rib roasts, and huli huli chicken, in addition to local produce.
POTAMA (Pork Tamago Onigiri) – Okinawa’s famous Potama Spam musubi arrives in Waikiki, serving made-to-order musubi with a variety of fillings
Five Star Shrimp – Well-known for their original food truck near Waikiki Beach, the garlic shrimp specialists offer a local Hawaiian favorite.
Honolulu Burger Co. – The latest location for handcrafted burgers made from free-range, grass-feed beef and locally grown produce (opening in mid-March)
Surfer’s Café – The new concept serves coffee drinks in a surf and beach theme, as well as surf themed craft items by local artists
Tap Bar – The casual island bar takes center court at the Waikiki Food Hall, specializing in local craft beers and artisanal cocktails
Royal Hawaiian Center is open daily from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. and offers free validated parking for the first two hours with a minimum $10 purchase and only $2 per hour for the 3rd and 4th hours. Standard rates apply at $6 an hour thereafter.
For guests’ convenience, Royal Hawaiian Center offers valet parking Friday – Sunday nights from 5:00 – 11:00 p.m. and on major holidays (Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day) from 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m. Vehicle drop-off is located adjacent to the entrance to the Center’s parking garage on the corner of Royal Hawaiian Avenue and Don Ho Lane. Valet parking is $9 for the first 5 hours; standard rates apply thereafter.
Honolulu, HI 96815
Disclosure: Wanderlustyle was invited to a media event for Waikiki Food Hall. All of our opinions are honest. Mahalo!