Kona Grill aims to please their customers with their agile menu adaptations to suite specific, avoidant requirements and still provide a splendidly satisfying dining experience. If you enjoy being transported to the tropics in atmosphere and flavors, Kona’s spectrum of sensory offerings is the place for you. They surpass their conventional dining service level peers by offering a clearly identified vegan and vegetarian menu for their patrons, which is (surprisingly) still an uncommon feature of most mainstream restaurants. I enjoyed an appetizer of vegan sushi and meal of specially requested grilled vegetables, with tofu and macadamia nuts.
Currently, all species of the aquatic individuals of our world’s waters face unprecedented poisoning, capture, exploitation and killing, thus driving their global mass extinctions as earth’s human population levels have spiked from 2 billion humans in 1930 to today’s nearly 7.5 billion humans in the span of a mere 86 years; the projected empty oceans by 2048 is not acceptable. Consciousness of this reality continues to rise as these usurious behavioral consequences continue to bear down on our collective consciences. Thankfully delicious alternatives are being developed, such as Verisoy’s Vegan Shrimp made from a creative blend of konjac, an Asian root vegetable, and other plant-based ingredients. Nonviolent, sustainable alternatives such as Verisoy’s Vegan Shrimp (as well as their Vegan Ham) can be found at Its All Natural market in Gahanna.
Location: 4087 New Bond Street Building 5 Ste #502
Dining Hours: Mon-Thur 11am-11pm, Fri-Sat 11am-12am, and Sun 11:00am-10:00pm.