Poke Waikiki opens at Royal Hawaiian Center

Poke Waikiki is the latest addition to the Pāʻina Lānai Food Court at Royal Hawaiian Center. The grand opening, with a traditional Hawaiian blessing, was held on Tuesday.

Poke Waikiki offers popular poke bowls featuring local caught ahi, fresh salmon, mochiko chicken, and a variety of poke burritos, the latest poke trend.

“We want to provide our guests with a wide variety of dining options, and are excited to welcome Poke Waikiki as the newest member of the Royal Hawaiian Center ‘ohana,” said Marleen Akau, vice president and general manager of Royal Hawaiian Center. 

Diners can choose from three types of poke bowls with over ten topping selections including fresh produce like lettuce, onion, pineapple, edamame, ocean salad and more. Poke burritos, meanwhile, offer an easy-to-eat alternative for those looking to try poke in a fun, new way.

Prices range from $6.99 for mini poke bowls, $10.99 to $11.99 for regular poke bowls, and $6.99 to $12.99 for half and full-orders of the poke burritos. 

“We’re thrilled to bring fresh and healthy poke options to the heart of WaikÄ«kÄ« at Royal Hawaiian Center with the opening of our first location,” said Duke Maeno. “While poke has become a popular trend around the world, Hawaii is where it started. Whether guests want to experience a traditional poke bowl or try it in our innovative poke burrito, they’ll get high quality ingredients served with the aloha spirit.”

Poke Waikiki is open daily from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and offers a 20 percent discount for kamaʻāina and military (cannot be combined with any other offer). Delivery services through GrubHub and DoorDash will be available at the end of the month. Guests at Royal Hawaiian Center will also receive three free hours of validated parking with any purchase from any restaurant or shop.

For the latest Poke Waikiki offerings and updates call (808) 888-2646 and stay connected on social media at @pokewaikikirhc.

About Royal Hawaiian Center

Royal Hawaiian Center is the premier shopping, dining, entertainment, and cultural destination in WaikÄ«kÄ«, comprised of nearly 90 shops and restaurants over three city-blocks of world-renowned Kalākaua Avenue. The Center stands proudly upon historic land known as Helumoa, once home to Hawaiian royalty.