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Say aloha to Hana

This new raw seafood and cocktail bar is bringing a slice of paradise to Little Collins Street. Fronted by chef Mario Manabe (who is Hawaiian native and also worked as Curtis Stone’s sous chef) Hana is set to dish out fresh seafood and rum-fuelled tiki cocktails.

Taking its name from the town of Hana on the Hawaiian island of Maui, you can expect to see dishes like mud crab with tempura apple and ginger; poke tapioca crisps with avocado and yuzu; kingfish with jalapeños and lemon ice; and grilled lobster with carrot and cardamom puree and pickled shitake mushrooms.

Cocktails will also be extra tropical too, with many being named after waterfalls and beaches in Maui. Try the Honolua Bay Sharknado, which served is sharks-head ceramic cup or that Hana Colada, a traditional Pina Colada which you can enjoy for one, or upgrade to a 'Volcano' serve, for two people. 

By: Time Out Promotions


Venue name: Hana
Address: 212 Little Collins St
Opening hours: Mon-Sat noon-late

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This little cocktail bar simply took my breath away. The food was incredibly fresh, tasty, interesting and reasonably priced. The staff are so friendly its hard not to walk in and not have an instant smile on your face. The cocktails are amazing and the layout of the bar is magical. Would highly recommend you stop in for a volcano cocktail and a poke because I can guarantee you won't regret it.