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Mahalo Tiki Lounge Rediscovers Tropical Paradise with a New Food and Drinks Menu

Mahalo Tiki Lounge in Hong Kong has introduced 25 new island inspired cocktails

As the sultry sister to Honi Honi Tiki Cocktail Lounge, Mahalo Tiki Lounge in Hong Kong has introduced 25 new island inspired cocktails, and added new tropical food options to their menu for guests to rediscover tropical paradise in the city’s urban jungle. Taking inspiration from the Golden Age of Tiki culture, the team have created a brand new cocktail menu with new signatures “Mont Pele’ – a sleeping volcano in a Martinique, “Taimana” – meaning diamond in Tahitian and “El Segunda Vida” meaning second life.

"El Segunda Vida" means second life
“El Segunda Vida” means second life

To accompany the drinks, Mahalo has launched a new series of Tahitian and Polynesian inspired pizzas to compliment their existing island themed menu of Hawaiian Yuzu salmon poke, Hawaiian Ahi tuna poke, Hawaiian barbeque chicken skewers, homemade edamame and beetroot hummus.

The Mahalo Tiki Lounge is a tropical chic Polynesian lounge, with stylish elegance of 70s glamour and an open-air terrace that offers stunning views of the city. The venue will invite guests to try its unique treasure map cocktail menu of more than 50 Tiki inspired rum cocktails while surrounded by great music, five-star service and lush greenery. Cocktails are served in a unique Tiki character mug, with fresh fruit.

Adding further fun, putting a new spin on happy hours, Mahalo will have Tiki Lucky Mondays where guests can pick a token and the price of their drink will differ according to the number selected. Every second Tuesday at Mahalo will be Tiki Tuesday, with a live band and a 20 per cent discount on selected drinks during the entire evening. Ramping up the enjoyment, Mahalo will also feature Sunset Hours, offering guests a deal of $50HKD for one drink and one dip with chips or house sharing cocktails for six to 10 guests served with a variety of island nibbles for $499 HKD.