A hole-in-the-wall Thai- and Hawaiian-focused restaurant from Wahiawa, Hawaii, is making a long relocation to the Cheyenne Village retail center. Plumeria Thai Café 808 will occupy 800-square-feet inside the former Thai Noodles Cafe. The 808 number in the name is a nod to the Hawaii area code.
In Wahaiaw, Plumeria gained a solid reputation for its low-key style, vegetarian menu options and specialties including oxtail soup, fish curry, chicken katsu, tofu salad, sticky rice, shrimp pad thai, bittermelon with beef and pad kee mao.
Still under final construction, but aiming to debut very soon, the Las Vegas venture will keep a faithful dedication to Thai and Hawaiian flavors and also serve Thai noodles, soups, curries and "broke the mouth" Island favorites .
Opening hours are scheduled for Tuesday to Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and then from 5 to 9 p.m. and on Sunday from noon to 7 pm. Plumeria will be closed on Mondays.