Visiting Hawaii? Staying in Waikiki? You've got to take the time to dine (lunch or breakfast for that matter) at the Holokai Grill restaurant. The decor is absolutely amazing...there is a staggering 33 foot Waka canoe from New Zealand in the middle of the restaurant, a hanging Hokulea sailing canoe at the entrance, a 20-foot Hawaiian outrigger canoe over the bar area. Of course, you will enjoy 5 or 6 very impressive traditional Tikis without omitting the Polynesian wooden Hawaiian storyboards carved from a single piece of wood. The Holokai Grill hired Tikimaster.com to complete all the art pieces which was completed in the NorthShore of Oahu with a team of 6 carvers.
Here is what you eat at the Holokai Grill restaurant at the popular Waikiki Beach Walk on Lewers:
Menu: We offer a Pacific-Rim menu with island flavors balanced with American comfort foods. We focus on dishes using fresh, locally grown ingredients from the land and sea.
Entertainment: Live entertainment nightly by established and emerging contemporary Hawaiian musicians, and Hawaiian & Pacific
Décor: Holokai Grill will be infused with a casual island theme focusing on Polynesian voyaging. We will be featuring artwork and voyaging items from different regions around the Pacific, including a hand-carved, 33-foot New Zealand War Canoe, created specifically for Holokai Grill.