TAKO Posted by Hamilton Island - 12 November 2015 At TAKO it’s all about sharing. Experience a taste of regional cuisine from the four corners of Mexico – from the coastal ceviche, to the Oaxaca mole, the Mayan cuisine of the Yucatán Peninsula and the very popular national dish, the taco. TAKO is not a spelling mistake, it makes reference to the subtle Japanese and Korean influences you’ll find in their menu. Delicioso! What you’ll love about TAKO: The exciting menu takes you on a journey to the four corners of Mexico, with a wide choice of dishes that are all modern and fresh. The fun, colourful atmosphere and share menu - perfect for groups of friends. TAKO also means octopus in Japanese – you’ll love their signature dish the octopus TAKO taco. If you’re staying at the Reef View Hotel, Palm Bungalows, or any holiday home booked through Hamilton Island Holiday Homes, you can also take advantage of our Kids Stay & Eat Free offer - where children up to 12 years can eat free when dining with their parents, and when they choose an item from the kids’ menu. About the Author Part of the Whitsundays, and in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef, Hamilton Island is one of Australia’s most spectacular and sought-after holiday destinations. On a holiday to Hamilton Island, you'll be surrounded by pristine white beaches, and a kaleidoscope of coral and marine life.