Tiki's Bar & Grill

Rotterdam, Netherlands
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Hartmanstraat 16a
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Opened in 2006
Tue-Thu 3pm-1am
Fri 3pm-2am
Sat 4pm-2am
Closed Sun-Mon (except for private parties)
010-201 95 76

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Tiki's Bar & Grill



by 16 people



Everyone You
Decor 8.2
Drink Quality 7.2
Drink Selection 6.6
Food Quality 8.3
Food Selection 7.1
Mood 7
Music 8.4
Service 7.9
Tikiness 7.7
Tilt 8.1
Vibe 6.1

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Humuhumu’s description

Tiki's Bar & Grill opened in summer 2006 in Rotterdam, in the South Holland province of the Netherlands. Tiki's is located just off of Witte de Withstraat, in the heart of Rotterdam. The space is lined with bamboo, tapa designs, rockwork, and tropical scenes, and thatch covers the bar area. There is a hula girl mosaic in the ladies' room. The music is an eclectic mix of oldies, Rockabilly, and '70s punk. The food is created by a cook from Malaysia, and tropical drinks are served.


Robin has visited Tiki's Bar & Grill.
January 19, 2018, 3:43 AM
The vibe, the decor, this bar itís totally tiki. Even though they added some cool rockabilly and eclectic stuff too (like an original Simpsons Pinball Machine). And even though the owner Jeroen isnít that much into cocktails.
They have a great menu, but not all drinks are available the whole time, depending on the bartender thatís working that night.
I think itís a great bar. The main thing is the vibe, and itís totally there.
Goggolor has visited Tiki's Bar & Grill.
October 16, 2015, 7:20 AM
Dropped in on a Wednesday after dinner only to find that they only have a Tiki menu on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights (and no food menu either). However, the bartender was accommodating and offered to put rum in anything we wanted - he said, "Any drink is a tiki drink at a tiki bar!". So we ordered warm chocomelk with rum, which was close enough on a cold evening.

The decor is good (check out the shrine to Joey Ramone on the wall), there is a large aquarium with a few sad fish, and a couple of slot/pinball machines take away from the ambiance a bit. Even though the weekday night crowd mostly seemed there for the beer, the lighting was on point and the music was a nice mix of exotica and other appropriate tunes, so great marks for ambiance. Overall, well worth a visit, but visit on a weekend if you have the option!
Barclay Fortin
Barclay Fortin has visited Tiki's Bar & Grill.
July 28, 2011, 3:03 AM
This is a fun place to have a drink or two. The decor is tiki with a touch of grittiness. Thereís a lot of things to look at and a couple of very nice murals featuring masks and various artifacts. We arrived early and had the place for ourselves. We had fun touring the bar to take a look at everything.

The cocktails menu is less impressive. Thereís only one real tiki drink on the menu: a Mai Tai featuring pineapple juice and apricot brandy. Not classic, but still very drinkable. I also had a very good Caipirinha. The bar also serve mojitos, Whisky Sour, Margarita, Cosmopolitan and of course beer.

Overall, a great place to escape from the local cafťs and their cheap (but good) beers.
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  • big.gizzle
  • Sander
  • NareTikiCult
  • CaptainKahuna
  • Goggolor
  • phynix
  • KeithH
  • Barclay Fortin
  • always on the beach
  • Robin
  • Disarmed
  • Hahai
  • thegreaserandthedoll
  • Tikisteffie
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