Waikiki Food Hall opens at Royal Hawaiian Center

The Waikiki Food Hall opened at the Royal Hawaiian Center on March 7.
The Waikiki Food Hall opened at the Royal Hawaiian Center on March 7.

The Royal Hawaiian Center welcomed eight new food options March 7 with the opening of the Waikiki Food Hall.

The roster includes: Milk, a Japanese ice cream shop known for its whipped soft serve; JTRRD Cafe, specializing in smoothies; Meataly Boys, a grill-shop serving Hawaii-grown meats in addition to local produce; Potama, an Okinawa chain serving made-to-order musubi with a variety of fillings; Five Star Shrimp, garlic shrimp specialists; Honolulu Burger Co.; Surfer's Cafe; and Tap Bar, serving local craft beers and artisanal cocktails.

"We are thrilled to introduce the Waikiki Food Hall and welcome a new assortment of eateries to Royal Hawaiian Center," Marleen Akau, Royal Hawaiian Center vice president and general manager, said in a statement. "Our Food Hall is designed as a food-driven gathering space that offers something for everyone."

The Waikiki Food Hall is located in Royal Hawaiian Center's Building C on the third level of the shopping center.


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