Hawaiian Restaurants in the Las Vegas Area
Located in the Greenland Food Court at Mountain View Road, this second Las Vegas location of Island Style opened in 2017 and has since garnered praise for not only the quality of its Asian & Hawaiian cuisine but also for friendly, attentive service.
A northwest Las Vegas valley restaurant, Tiki's Hawaiian BBQ serves lip-smacking, classic Hawaiian dishes like Kalua Pork, Spam Musubi, Loco Moco and Chicken Katsu. The pocket-friendly eatery also sells combo plates, burgers and sandwiches.
Ross J's Aloha Grill is located in Henderson. It is a great place to get good Hawaiian food at a very affordable price. They also offer Hawaiian Sun canned drinks. The spicy korean chicken bowl, which costs $4 to $5 is a big portion.
One the most reputed poke restaurants in Honolulu, Paina Cafe's much anticipated entry on the Las Vegas restaurant scene in 2017 has certainly lived up to the hype. The restaurant makes it more interesting by offering many make-it-yourself options.
Many consider the raw fish dish "Poke" as one of the best Hawaiian food inventions while "Hawaiian barbecue" is a darling of food lovers the world over. The Las Vegas restaurant Fresh Poke and Hawaiian BBQ combines the two under one roof.
This little hole in the wall with wooden furniture and island-themed wallpaper serves some of the most authentic Korean, Asian and Hawaiian dishes in in Las Vegas. Island Style is also popular because it is known to actually make its own kim chee.
Poke Express located on Craig Road is a specialty Hawaiian cuisine restaurant serving fresh and delicious island seafood. The owners at the restaurant offer samples to taste before you order to make sure the food is to your liking.
Boba Hut owes its dedicated and formidable fan-following to three things: quality of food, genuine pricing and excellent service. The menu is an amalgamation of Asian, Chinese and Hawaiian dishes. And, of course, it serves bubble tea too.
Juan "Joe Jo" Evasco's Pacific Island Taste is a simple family-owned Hawaiian restaurant truly aims to embody the Aloha spirit in its food. With over 30 years of cooking experience, the culinary team is sure to give you the experience of a lifetime.
Dirty Fork offers both delivery and takeout options with highly recommended meals such as French toast and Vegas style avacado toast. Great trendy place for kids and group gatherings providing free Wi-Fi and gender neutral restrooms.
Lulu Hawaiian Barbeque is located in a large strip mall. The restaurant is clean and their menus have photos. The combination plates and chicken katsu are delicious. There is a good amount of meat in each combo order.
Aloha Specialties is one of the best spots for Hawaiian and Polynesian cuisine in Las Vegas. It is located inside the California Hotel and Casino. This place serves rice bowls, teriyaki bowls, combination plates, noodle dishes, and more.
Ohana Hawaiian BBQ serves authentic homemade Hawaiian BBQ, Spam musubi, saimin, burgers, sandwiches and boba drinks. Ohana serves up some scrumptious Hawaiian delicacies, like chicken katsu and Hawaiian BBQ mix. The service is fast and friendly.
Aloha Kitchen offers a diverse menu consisting of Hawaiian, Japanese, Korean and Filipino cuisine. They offer both dine-in and take-out services. One of the most popular dishes here is teriyaki chicken. Find this location on Charleston and Lamb.