My wife and I traveled over two hours to eat at Omni Hut after learning about it in a book called "Tiki Road Trip". We were not disappointed. The atmosphere was absolutely authentic vintage Polynesian Pop (which should not be confused with authentic Polynesian culture. Tiki culture is a very fictionalized, escapist version of South Pacific Island culture. It's a fantasy and should be taken as such) which I'm sure has remained largely unchanged for the past 50 years. That's both the point and the charm of this place. It's all about the kitch. Service was good and personable, and the wait was reasonable considering the ample crowd. The food was very charming in it's presentation and, while we've had better Asian-inspired fare, it was good enough that we left feeling completely satisfied with our experience and making plans to return.
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