Dining at Ala Moana Center

Dining at Ala Moana Center

Ala Moana Center offers more than 100 dining options, from casual snacks to fine dining. 

Full Service Restaurants

Taiyo Ramen
Offering a menu with everything from traditional ramen, fried noodles, curries, fried rice, gyoza and much more.
Habitant
Habitant is a casual lounge where customers can enjoy a light snack, glass of wine or handcrafted cocktail. The menu features a variety of freshly prepared dishes all designed for a light meal or shareable appetizer. The full bar offers a well-chosen selection of regionally inspired wines and expertly prepared cocktails.
Shirokiya Japan Village Walk logo

Shirokiya Japan Village Walk offers customers a unique experience showcasing a traditional Japanese town reminiscent of old Kyoto. Highlighting traditional Japanese culture, the store offers a variety of Japanese food selections. Shirokiya Japan Village Walk consists of four main themes: Yataimura (quality food court and beer garden featuring $1 beers), Zeppin Plaza (shopping alleys), Omatsuri Hiroba (festival and event square) and Guardian Spirits Sanctuary (good luck gods).

Quick Service Restaurants

Poke & Box logo

Featuring fresh poke, nutritious vegetable options and other local favorites, Poke & Box will offer a thoughtful menu consisting of healthy, wholesome and locally grown products. Poke & Box will be featured in the Makai Market Food Court and the price point will range from $8 to $15.

Paradise Café
Enjoy sandwiches, soups and salads and top it off with fresh-baked cookies, muffins, brownies or croissants. Savor coffee, espresso, cappuccino or a cold drink.
GRYLT

The GRYLT concept was born from the need for healthier food options in a quick serve format.

Snacks & Drinks

Island Vintage Shave Ice logo

Island Vintage Shave Ice offers refreshing shave ice bowls, bubble teas, smoothies, ice cream and water.

Now Open
Uncle Clay's House Of Pure Aloha logo

From a half-century old childhood dream to opening the first House of Pure Aloha in Aina Haina in 2011, Uncle Clay’s vision expands to exciting new heights at Ala Moana Center. Whether a kama’aina or guest to the islands, guests are invited to come and celebrate the true spirit of Hawai’i as one ‘ohana (family) at the House. Experience and savor Uncle Clay’s all-natural Hawaiian shave ice, locally made ice cream, plus a new island staple bringing two local favorites “two”gether at last — every dessert handcrafted from the heart and shared with Pure Aloha.

Godiva Chocolatier logo
Godiva Chocolatier was brought to America in 1966 and has been the leader in premium chocolate ever since. Godiva owns and operates hundreds of boutiques worldwide specializing in fine chocolates and chocolate gifts.