Hawaii, Oahu at Ko Olina


  • Large dining room under wood pergola on patio overlooking turquoise lagoon
    Mina's Fish House
  • La Hiki restaurant patio benches with accent pillows near outdoor pool
    La Hiki
  • Noe restaurant patio with dining tables, chairs under round rattan lanterns from trees
  • Large rattan chairs with print pillows, table with candles on Hokulea patio at sunset
  • Close-up of in-room dining table service with plate of fresh melon and berries, tea and orange juice
    In-Room Dining
  • A woman orders a drink from Dr. Mai Tai's swim-up bar at the Four Seasons Resort Oahu infinity pool
    Dr. Mai Tai's
  • Plush white patio chairs around wood table, swimming pool deck under white pillars
    Waterman Bar and Lounge

All Food and Drink

Mina’s Fish House

James Beard Award-winning Chef Michael Mina brings a line-to-table philosophy to our take on the traditional Hawaiian fish house, where friends and family gather for beachfront meals paired with local brews, tropical cocktails and panoramic ocean views.

La Hiki

Located alongside the Serenity Pool, La Hiki offers open-air dining in the heart of the Resort. Inspired by the Island’s bounty of rich and diverse local farms, La Hiki’s plant-forward menu is rooted in fresh, sustainable cuisine. Join us in the morning for traditional and innovative breakfast offerings, or savour our famed weekend Brunch For All Seasons. In the afternoons, relax with a wholesome lunch.


Noe celebrates time-honoured Southern Italian cuisine with a modern attitude. Led by Michelin-starred, Japanese-Italian chef Ryo Takatsuka, Noe is a remix of traditional Southern Italian ingredients and age-old recipes, impeccably prepared and presented in a reimagined contemporary outdoor setting. Enjoy a glass of Noe's private wine label while savouring the Capri-by-way-of-Oahu menu, featuring local seafood, top-quality meats and homemade pastas.

Waterman Bar and Lounge

This surf-style, casual poolside eatery pays homage to Hawaii’s legendary watermen. Waterman Bar & Lounge boasts an impressive collection of local beers, curated spirits, and hand-crafted cocktails, all anchored by a vibrant menu of casual bites intended for sharing.


Our island-inspired, open-air coffee bar is the perfect place to start the day with an expertly blended coffee. Hokulea specializes in locally crafted, artisanal coffee, as well as fresh pastries, baked goods, organic salads and sandwiches. Located in the heart of the Resort’s lobby, Hokulea features an inviting space to gather with friends and family in our expansive outdoor lanai setting.

Dr. Mai Tai’s

Swim, sip and savour innovative cocktails with a reimagined twist at Dr. Mai Tai’s, our swim-up bar located at the water’s edge of the famed infinity pool.  As with its namesake, Dr. Mai Tai’s is home to Dr. Mai Tai, the Resort’s ‘on-call’ cocktail doctor that makes his poolside rounds with signature rum-infused prescription elixirs.

In-Room Dining

Whether it’s breakfast in bed, dinner for a hungry family or a midnight craving for chocolate cake, we’ve got you covered, day or night. Need a little private time? Order a bottle of wine and enjoy the sunset from the comfort of your room’s balcony.

We can arrange virtually anything. +1 (808) 679-3347 Contact


  • Every Third Thursday, 5:30 – 6:30 pm


    Experience hand-harvested heirloom sugarcane varieties distilled into one of the world's finest agricole rums by Ko Hana Distilleries. In this one–hour workshop at The Bar at Hokulea, you will learn the flavour profiles that characterize iconic cocktails such as the Hawaiian Mai Tai with our expert mixologists.

  • Every Sunday, 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

    Brunch for All Seasons

    Enjoy west Oahu’s famed à la carte brunch at La Hiki, featuring a wide selection of local and chef-inspired seasonal favourites such as surf and turf, fresh Hawaiian poke, assorted seafood, and sweet and savoury breakfast items.

Introducing the World's First Fish Sommeliers

Culinary Experiences

The locality of our food sources is extremely important to us, and so is cultivating relationships with nearby farmers. Food needs to be true to itself and relevant to where it comes from.

Martin Knaubert Director of Food & Beverage