Hawaii Mom Blog: Gyotaku - Niu Valley




March 30, 2022

Gyotaku - Niu Valley

We recently took my mom out for an early dinner at Gyotaku's Niu Valley location. It was the first visit to this location for the five of us, and it is now going to be on our rotation of restaurants to go to as a family. 

For now, reservations are required to dine in at this location. I was able to get a same-day reservation for five people at 5 pm on a Friday night. 

The adults shared the Ahi Poke Roll and Agedashi Tofu appetizer.

Ahi Poke Roll

Agedashi Tofu

Since it was Friday, we were able to order the Early Bird Special which is an amazing deal. Each meal comes with your choice of one of seven entrees, three pieces of shrimp and vegetable tempura, California  Roll and Miso Soup - all for $17.95!

Early Bird Special - chicken teriyaki

Early Bird Special - karaage chicken

The Keiki Menu is great for kids - it comes with a beverage, and your choice of ice cream or shave ice for dessert. 

Keiki Meal - udon

Keiki Meals come with shave ice for dessert!

Since we only ordered one Keiki meal, we had to order an additional regular-size shave ice. He didn't mind at all.  

Gyotaku Shave Ice

My mom and I shared a slice of Key Lime Pie. 

Key Lime Pie


The Early Bird Special is only available Wednesday - Friday, from 4 pm - 6 pm (dine in only; must be present by 6 pm).

On Monday & Tuesday nights: For each adult who buys a complete meal at the regular price, one child 10 years of age or under may order one item from our Keiki Menu free! Dine in only.

For more information on Gyotaku, visit their website.


5728 Kalanianaole Hwy

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