Sunday, August 5, 2012

TIKI INIKI Bar and Restaurant Michele and Todds new venture.

Kauai's Most Exotic Tiki Bar; Description Tiki Iniki, coming February 2013 is an exotic place for crafted Tiki Cocktails, Island Cuisine, Live Entertainment.
The decor is Vintage Tiki, Hawaiiana, and Exotica from the 1940's to modern day. The staff sultry sirens and savage mixologists add to the ambiance.
 Owners Michele & Todd Rundgren know how to throw a party, and you are invited!

Basic Info. Location Kuhio Highway, Princeville, Hawaii 96722
Food Styles Hawaiian Price Range $$$ (30-50)
Specialties Lunch, Dinner, Drinks Services Takes Reservations Walk-Ins Welcome
Waiter Service Outdoor Seating Culinary Team Top Secret!
Parking Parking Lot
Contact Info. Phone 1 (323) 272-3128


Anonymous said...

Is it coming this fall or in February 2013? Are there two worse businesspeople in the world?

ma4utopia said...

I think but am not sure, the collectable green tiki glasses might be available this fall. But the location will be Feb. 2013

Marie Smelcer said...

I would love to check that out if I EVER get to Kauai.

Paula Friedman said...

I am so looking forward to checking this place out the next time I'm on Kauai! Congrats to Michele and Todd for opening this new establishment in Feb 2013!

Anonymous said...

Will the location be where Paradise Cafe is currently? I heard your chef will be the one who used to be at Tahiti Nui. He is fabulous. I can't wait.

Anonymous said...

visited 2 weeks ago and it was undergoing decon and clear out. apparently a bit behind schedule but moving forward- a honolulu coctail website says april for tiki iniki opening-

bon chance, Michelle! p.s. love your kkcr show- friday 4-6 pm

John n Sparky said...

Todd n Michele are perfect hosts for this fun and pure Kauai Island Cocktail and R estaurant. Paradise Found !!

David Perugini said...

I have had dinner here three times in the past month - every entree was superbly presented and uniquely delicious. Owner Michele warmly greets her guests with her beacon smile and friendly, casual banter. The decor is fresh and lively - you know you are 'not in Kansas' when you eat at Tiki Niki. Princeville needed an exceptional restaurant with high-standard fare at reasonable prices and they got one with Tiki Niki. Thank you Michelle and Todd!

Barb Ruff said...

Just ate there. While trying to watch football at the bar, we were told we could only order off the happy hour menu. I wanted fish and chips, but apparently you can't have those at 330pm. I don't know, a $15 entree vs the $7 I ordered? Server made every excuse about issues saying she had never worked that shift. She's giving the bar away in drinks to locals who were getting shots for cheap right next to us. Based on previous reviews we expected much better service. Fishy stuff going on there. Might wanna pop in on your staff on occasion. We won't go back