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Hu Ke Lau

Chicopee, MA
Bar, Restaurant & Floor Show
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705 Memorial Dr.
Chicopee, MA
Opened in 1965
Mon-Wed 11:30am-10:30pm
Thu 11:30am-11:30pm
Fri-Sat 11:30am-2am
Sun 11:30am-10:30pm
(413) 593-5222

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Hu Ke Lau

6.5

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Decor 7.4
Drink Quality 5.8
Drink Selection 6.5
Food Quality 6.2
Food Selection 7.8
Mood 6.7
Music 5.5
Service 7
Tikiness 6.1
Tilt 5.9
Vibe 6.1

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Humuhumu’s description

Hu Ke Lau is reported to be a little light on true tiki details, but they do offer a rare custom mug, and a rather long Polynesian floor show.
This restaurant once had a sister Hu Ke Lau location in Lenox, Massachusetts, which since the 1970s has been called Luau Hale
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TabbieWolf
TabbieWolf has visited Hu Ke Lau.
March 29, 2017, 11:12 AM
We found this place in 2015 and it's mid-century cheesy and delightful. It's basically a giant Chinese restaurant, with rooms themed in bamboo and tiki gods. There's a regular bar and a stage/dance floor, too, but we didn't do those.

Food: Good, not exceptional. Standard Chinese food.
Drinks: Good, with some unusual selections. Nothing "craft" but not bad for a Chinese restaurant in Massachusetts ;)
Tiki Mugs: Custom to location, drinks served in, and purchasable! I have 2 different mugs from here (a moai and a coconut), from 2 different visits.
Foredeckape
Foredeckape has visited Hu Ke Lau.
November 13, 2010, 6:33 AM
Fun show. It's worth stopping in for it alone.

Serving is family style. The PuPu plater was meal sized. I liked the General's Chicken which had a nice orange flavor.

I couldn't taste much difference between the rum drinks. They seemed to be mix based and on the light side. They had several custom mugs for sale/keeping: Moai, coconut and rum barrel; as well as a un-labeled DW skull and volcano bowl.