Tokemoana’s to Dish Out Polynesian Cuisine in San Mateo

Tokemoana Foods of Redwood City is moving to a new restaurant.
Tokemoana’s to Dish Out Polynesian Cuisine in San Mateo
Photo: Facebook / Tokemoana Foods

Have you heard about Tokemoana’s? The 100 square-foot restaurant and market in the Fair Oaks neck of Redwood City has been serving authentic Polynesian dishes and imported goods to the Bay Area since 2017. Now, the Tongan spot is getting a huge upgrade. 

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The business recently announced that they are moving to a bigger brick-and-mortar, boasting enough room to turn into a full service restaurant with indoor dining plus their own dedicated parking lot. The bigger space also means there’s room for expansion. 

While their current menu is delicious enough to stand on its own, Tokemoana’s is about to take things up a notch with a full breakfast menu and a mini bakery. Since the announcement, they’ve reduced their hours to make a seamless transition out of their current space. 

The goal is to move in as soon as possible, so that they can open by April. What Now San Francisco has obtained real estate intel suggesting that Tokemoana’s new address will be at 4000 S. El Camino Real in a 4,460 square-foot space that was formerly home to Qube Bar & Grill. 

Representatives for Tokemoana’s have been contacted but have not yet returned requests for comment by the time of publication. For more information, visit their website and follow them on Instagram or Facebook for updates straight from the source. 

Tokemoana’s to Dish Out Polynesian Cuisine in San Mateo
Photo: Facebook / Tokemoana Foods

Nadine Blanco

Nadine (she/her) is a What Now Media Group staff reporter with a background in online content creation, plus book and magazine publishing. In her free time, Nadine can be found at a bookstore, the beach, or a Padres game. Currently craving: a strong cup of coffee or a bowl of spicy ramen.
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