The history of C&H Hawaiian Grill Restaurant was created by Easter (aka Hensan) and Cora Timo, with a love, purpose and passion to do what they’ve always loved doing - cooking for family and friends!
In 2003 they came to Killeen, Texas when their two sons enlisted in the United States Army in service to their
country and were assigned to Fort Hood, Texas. In a desire to be closer to their sons and support them during the war in Iraq, they packed up what they could fit in a U-Haul and relocated from Portland, Oregon.
Relying on their faith and a small amount of savings, they decided to take a shot at fulfilling their long time
dream in opening their own Hawaiian food restaurant at 903 East Rancier in Killeen; former location of the Monster Burger. The restaurant opened it’s doors on January 6, 2004 when most of the Fort Hood units
were deployed but it launched without a hitch and served as a homecoming treat for their sons and their friends as they returned from the war. The second location at 105 East Avenue E in Copperas Cove opened on February 28, 2014 to coincide with their 10-year anniversary. Hawaii is known for its beautiful sunsets, tropical weather, friendly "Aloha" spirit as well as its blend of multi-cultural cuisines. C&H Hawaiian Grill has focused on bringing a healthy and delicious selection of island specialties. The casual ambiance of their restaurant conjures memories of island-prepared meals that once drew families together throughout the island. They believe in serving large portions as well.
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