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Tiki Tiki/
Shinjuku: Misc.
Southeast Asian
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Check Modernist
austerity at the
door and step into a
Hollywood fantasy of
Hawaii circa 1961,
when the film Blue
Hawaii propelled
Elvis Presley to new
heights of stardom.

At Tokyo's original
Tiki lounge, wooden
masks glower, faux
torches blaze, and
hula dancers shake
it, shake it, baby.
The kitsch is ubiq-
uitous, self-aware,
and executed with
formidable slick-
ness. If you're in
the right mood, the
bar at Tiki Tiki is
a fun and convenient
spot to meet for a
drink with friends.

As one might ima-
gine, tropical
drinks adorned with
slices of fresh
fruit and colorful
paper umbrellas are
the specialty of the
house. They serve
over thirty varie-
ties, from standards
like Pina Coladas
(Y1100) and Mai-tais
(Y920), to original
cocktails such as
the hibiscus-scented
Tahitian Loco Punch
(Y880) and the Tiki
Tiki (Y900), which
comes in an appro-
priately amusing
Tiki glass.

One of the biggest
draws, however, is
the excellent selec-
tion of beers from
Hawaii's Kona Brew-
ery. Five kinds are
available by the
bottle (Y920 - ).

Snacks start at Y400
and are not half
bad. Choose from a
selection of nine
Polynesian-inspired
appetizers like
Lomi-lomi salmon
(cubes of smoked
salmon tossed with
onions and vegeta-
bles in a light
dressing), green
papaya with cured
ham, and tartlets
stuffed with spam
and cheese to create
your own pu-pu plat-
ter (Y1400 for a
four-dish assort-
ment). The menu also
features main dishes
- a variety of leaf-
wrapped steamed and
grilled dishes
called Laulau, coco-
nut grilled seafood,
and pineapple fried
rice.

Live hula dances are
performed three
times a day, from
Monday to Friday, in
the large main din-
ing space. Now,
where's that lei?
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Shinjuku-ku, Shin-
juku 3-4-8, Frente
Shinjuku 3-chome 4F.
 Open 5-11pm (LO)
daily.
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