The Alley Restaurant

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99-115 Aiea Heights Dr (Aiea Bowl, Aiea Shopping Center)
‘Aiea, HI 96701
(808) 486-3499
Japanese, Bowling Alley
$ $
Mon–Wed, Sun: 7:00 AM–9:30 PM Thu–Sat: 7:00 AM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Use your Hawaiian Airlines Visa Card and earn 2 HawaiianMiles per dollar!
  • Locals know this is a fine choice for lunch and dinner. Great menu of local comfort food. Yes, great food in a bowling alley. Make reservations or expect to wait. It's a popular spot!
  • Service kinda slow but the food is worth the wait!
  • Things to try: Lemon Crunch Cake and Shoyu Braised Pork
  • The furukake ahi is a winner.
  • LEMON CRUNCH CAKE. That is all. Perfection.
  • The Coca Cola Turkey Sandwich doesn't need gravy to stay moist. Munch on this piece for a good time.
  • Oxtail soup is Ono!
  • Tasty chicken, pork chops, and poke. Dessert is also great.
  • Check out The Alley Restaurant at Aiea Bowl as seen on Diners, Drive-ins and Dives
  • Somewhat loud if you sit Right next to the bowling alley. But the food is Great, especially the Tasty Chicken. Desserts are expensive, but if you feel like spending a little the Lemon Crumb Cake =
  • Try the Tasty Chicken - Awesome:)
  • Amazing that a bowling alley restaurant serves such incredibly tasty desserts.
  • Kalbi bowl with brown rice & salad is tasty and somewhat healthy!
  • Tasty chicken here is pretty darn tasty! And if you love dessert, you should come and check out the pies, cakes, and more!
  • Oxtail soup is a must, and get the tasty chicken if you have room.
  • I had the salmon ochazuke. Simple and inexpensive comfort food. I remember when I was growing up and making ochazuke late night because we always had leftover rice. Brings back warm memories.
  • Sketchy place, not enough parking, and it's IN a bowling alley. But WOW, great Hawaiian food. Tasty chicken, kalbi beef, and furikake Ahi were amazing!
  • Strawberry Crunch Cake: It's not on the menu. It's so delicious, light and quite decadent!!!