Clean, Tasty, Great Live Music on Fridays.
I happened to drive past Moki’s one Friday night not knowing anything about the place. The food was very, very good. If you like coconut you have to try their coconut shakes. The ice cream tasted homemade. Three Hawaiian musicians performed songs so beautifully that for just a moment I felt like I was back in Hawaii. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly.
Good food, nice ambience.
I like Moki's. I can understand the other reviewer's beefs about the speed of getting orders. They are definitely not the fastest crew, nor the most professional. The food is good though. The chicken katsu is better at Lanikai, but I like pretty much everything else better at Moki's. I wish I'd tried the place that opened up in Provo on Bulldog so I'd have another place to compare, but I like Moki's the best out of the few poly food places I've tried in Utah.
Family first and not the customer!.
The first time I came here, I loved it! Great food, huge portions, and live music. The next few times I came everything completely changed, tasteless food, small portions, and the place smelled like my grandmothers house.
The worst part about each visit was that when we would order our food and sit down, a tone of family members of the restaurant would come in after us and always receive their food before us (3 out of the 4 times I visited). One time I had to ask the 14 year old at the counter where my food was. It was funny because she looked over at her families table and right at that moment we both knew where my order went and who was eating it.