The Tahitian Terrace was a restaurant in Disneyland's Adventureland. It began as part of Main Street's Plaza Pavilion, as the Pavilion Lanai, before becoming the Tahitian Terrace in the summer of 1962. The Tahitian Terrace had a daily dinner revue, complete with dancers. Clips from a performance at the Tahitian Terrace can be seen on the Walt Disney Treasures Disneyland DVD, in the special Disneyland After Dark. The Tahitian Terrace was adjacent to the Enchanted Tiki Room, which opened soon afterward.
A memorable part of the Tahitian Terrace was the 35' tall "Dineyodendron" Tree with its fiery-colored blossoms which shaded the stage and much of the audience and was the second largest in the park next to that at the Swiss Family Treehouse.
The terrace was originally sponsored by Stouffers, and later by Kikkoman's (1980-closing).
In 1993, the Tahitian Terrace closed, and in its place was erected an architecturally-incongruous Aladdin-themed building (initially for a dinner show, later used for storytelling or character meeting and called "Aladdin's Oasis"). In December 2018, Aladdin's Oasis was replaced by a new Polynesian themed food counter, named Tropical Hideaway.
Hong Kong Disneyland has a Tahitian Terrace. While it does have tikis, it is not as elaborate as the original.