Alaska July 31, 2017
The Tropical Themed Restaurant In Alaska You Must Visit Before Summer’s Over
Before the weather starts to cool off, head to this delightful island restaurant in Anchorage that has the perfect summer vibe. Hula Hands Island Cuisine serves delicious Hawaiian food and keeps the aloha spirit alive in the frozen north. Enjoy the fresh island flavor and the inviting atmosphere at this tropical restaurant in Alaska.
Hula Hands opened in 2000 and was Anchorage's first Hawaiian restaurant. The first location is in Midtown (501 W Fireweed Lane) and the second one is in Mountain View (4630 Mountain View Dr.).
This warm, inviting restaurant may not look unique from the outside, but inside the sounds, smells and flavors of the islands transport you to a tropical paradise.
The live plants and flowers add to the comfortable atmosphere at Hula Hands, a hidden tropical oasis in Alaska's largest city. Occasionally, Hawaiian musicians perform in the evenings.
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Try fresh appetizers like this Hawaiian Pupu Platter with Sashimi and Blackened Ahi served with a traditional hot mustard and the house special dipping sauce.
This restaurant has a large following of loyal customers who love the classic menu items like deep fried shrimp with special pineapple ranch dipping sauce.
Spam musubi, a lunch time favorite, can be picked up a la cart or added to any order as a side.
Hawaiian Saimin comes in traditional and Wonton Min. If you crave the true flavors of Hawaii, you will love the local favorites on the menu.
In some cases, ingredients are flown in from Hawaii to keep the food authentically delicious. Fresh taro leaves are filled with pork and steamed for Laulau.
In the traditional Hawaiian dish Laulau, the steamed leaves have a unique flavor and diners will appreciate the attention to detail with the authentic Hawaiian cuisine.
Don't miss Hula Hands this summer for a taste of the islands in the middle of Anchorage. You will love the delicious cuisine, chill vibe and aloha spirit.
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