Best Hawaiian Restaurants in Seattle
Did that vacation to the islands leave you wanting more? Or how about a tropical staycation at a Seattle area Hawaiian restaurant? These locally owned and operated Hawaiian bistros give you all the flavor of the islands. A little bit of paradise – on a plate.
Kauai Family Restaurant
6324 Sixth Ave. South
Seattle, WA 98108
A locally owned and operated Georgetown eatery since 1993. You’ll find authentic Hawaiian dishes made fresh and served up daily, like Kalua pork, lau lau, lomi salmon, mac salad, and even malasadas. A blend of Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, Portugese, and Filipino cultures, like those found in the Hawaiian islands, influences the flavors and spices integrated into Kauai Family’s dishes. Kauai Family Restaurant is also available to cater for your next luau or party.
2207 1st Ave
Seattle, WA 98121
Opened in 1999, Ohana Japanese-Hawaiian Sushi Bar and Grill, is the ” Mom & Pop ” shop that serves freshly made sushi, Tiki drinks, Pupus, Robatas, Bentos, Lunch Plate, and To-Go Party Platters! Come in for a nightly happy hour, or bring the kids on Sunday! Kids eat free on Sundays between 11:30am and 5:00pm.
There’s also free Live Island Music every Aloha Wednesday, and karaoke on Sunday. Enjoy the outdoor patio seating on lovely Seattle summer nights!
8501 5th Ave. NE
Seattle, Washington 98115
Seattle resident and Hollywood actor Yuji Okumoto and his wife, Angie, own and run the Kona Kitchen. The restaurant was inspired by Yuji’s years visiting friends and family in Hawaii, including his uncle who owned a Hawaiian style restaurant. Yuji insists upon mantaining a strong family atmosphere in his restaurant. When Yuji isn’t off making movies, you might catch him hangin’ loose at Kona Kitchen! Try all your classic island favorites, including Mochiko Chicken, Kalua Pig and Cabbage, or all-day amazing Kona breakfasts, like Hawaiian sweet bread french toast!
Hawaiian Breeze Island Cuisine
1719 North 45th Street
Seattle, WA 98103
Hawaiian Breeze warmly opened it’s doors as Fall began in 2005. The local owners use family recipes and marinades learned from growing up on the island of Oahu. Come enjoy a truly Pan-Asian dining experience, with completely homemade, very fresh meals bursting with flavor. You’ll want to save room for delicious desserts like their home made coconut cake and real Hawaiian Shave Ice.