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I've visited this place a couple of times this year as the food is incredible. The cocktails are also really good and strong without being very expensive.
The service is always so good as well I believe we were served by the manager. It was...More
Visited this restaurant a number of times because I love the food and the whole Hawaiian atmosphere that has been created in this little corner of Carnaby Street.
The staff are always so welcoming and friendly and the burgers are really delicious. Cooking on the...More
I had been shopping for the morning and had built up quite an appetite, so imagine how excited I was to see ‘breakfast until 2pm’ on the menu. Topped off with a lovely pot English breakfast tea, it was just what the doctor ordered ☺️
Called in here for early evening meal. The staff were very friendly. We settled for different burgers. They arrived about 10-15 mins later, the presentation and smell was great. The taste was even better. Couldn't believe that a burger would taste so good. Defo be...More
The first thing that's great about Kua 'Aina is that it's sort of hidden away down a side-road, and it makes a nice change to hit a burger joint that isn't one of the usual suspects. The decor is purposefully tacky and surfy to the...More
Popped in here for a quick lunch when in and around Carnaby Street.
Really friendly and helpful staff.
Recommend the cheesy chips (covered in liquid cheese), spicy chips and the Hawaiian burger.
Really good price cost less than £35 for both of us which is...More
I came with my friend to celebrate our bday and he spoke very highly of this place and he wasn't wrong.
Service was amazing, food was amazing - just everything about this place is sensational and I need to come back soon or I'll cry.
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