Ko Olina resort is the epitome of the perfect Hawaiian vacation. Perfectly capturing the natural beauty of the Hawaiian Islands, within these stunning grounds are tropical gardens, enchanting lagoons, and picturesque villas, all just waiting for you. After a relaxing day under the warm blue skies of Leeward O‘ahu, you might think Ko Olina cools off at night; however, with an incredible lineup of world-class restaurants and lounges offering live entertainment, sunset is just the kickoff for another adventure. Read up on Ko Olina restaurants below:
Ko Olina has dining options for every occasion, from quick bites at casual cafés to refreshing cocktails at poolside bars to culinary masterpieces at world-class restaurants. Looking for a fabulous dinner of fresh-caught fish paired with a local brew, all while digging your toes into the warm Hawaiian sand? Look no further than the incredible line-to-table offerings of MINA’s Fish House at the Four Seasons. This beachside experience from celebrity chef Michael Mina features innovative and island-inspired cuisine that is nearly as amazing as the incredible panoramic views of the Ko Olina coast and fiery Hawaiian sunsets. If you prefer Italian, the fresh handmade pastas at Noe also feature local produce and seafood. Noe also offers an equally breathtaking view of the coast with open air seating underneath the starry Hawaiian skies.
Restaurants In Ko Olina Hawaii
Delightfully removed (yet readily convenient) from the bustle of Waikīkī, you can easily find exceptional entertainment and delicious dining at Ko Olina restaurants. Monkeypod Kitchen by Hawai‘i’s own Chef Merriman features locally sourced food with 36 incredible beers on tap, plus an exceptional selection of craft cocktails and wines. This is the spot for casual fun in an upscale yet relaxed atmosphere. Their pau hana is a truly happy “hour” (it’s 3 hours, 3-6pm, daily) with discounted drinks, appetizers, and flatbread pizzas. Plus, they feature live music daily. If you want to take in a show, don’t miss the Hawaiian-themed luau at Ka Wa`a, located at the Aulani resort. This 3-hour dining experience is a tour de force of the history and culture of the native Hawaiians, including a large selection of classic and contemporary dishes like poi, lomi lomi salmon, lau lau, and much, much more.
There are many more delicious restaurants at Ko Olina, and something for every occasion. For a romantic night out, check out Roy’s to see where the Hawaiian Fusion movement got started. For a delicious breakfast, the vanilla mac nut pancakes at Ama Ama are “ama”zing. Looking for something casual? Grab a coffee and a wrap at Island Vintage Coffee or try the incredible variety of sliders at The Olelo. Contact us today!