Faka’s Island Grill is a new take on island food that started with a taco cart and a dream. Faka’s mission is to take traditional island culture and add their own part to the story. While inspired by the flavors of the South-Pacific, this isn’t your traditional island food; Chef and Founder David Pese set out to make his own rules when it came to building the menu and growing this business.
“We look forward to representing Island culture in a genuine way by serving up delicious traditional eats with a modern approach.” – Chef & Founder David Pese
ISLAND FLAVORS WITH A MODERN APPROACH
Faka’s Island Grill is a South Pacific-inspired eatery bringing island culture and flavors to sunny Southern California. As one of 4th Street Market’s newest stalls, they’re adding to the diversity of food and drink offerings at the popular Santa Ana food hall. Dig into a comforting pile of So’Mo fries or an authentic plate of Hawaiian BBQ, but certainly don’t skip their infamous Kings Island Sandwich, made with crowd-pleasing King’s Hawaiian® Original sweet dinner rolls. Similar to their neighbors within 4th Street Market, the average price point per item at Faka’s Island Grill is $10-$12, making a journey to the islands far more affordable than a flight to Hawaii.
4TH STREET MARKET
201 E. 4th Street
Santa Ana, CA 92701
Driving Directions via: Google Maps
Hours of Operation: Lunch & Dinner, Daily
Sunday – Thursday, 11:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Friday – Saturday, 11:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Menu Pricing: $
Seating: Indoor Food Hall & Outdoor Patio Seating
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