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This was the best dinner! Food was great, 5 small and varied courses -all gluten-free and dairy-free and delicious!
You can order the wine ahead from a link on the website to a wine shop that delivers there ahead and it was waiting for us...More
Great concept...make the food truck stationary, set up tables under a tent, and serve excellent dishes.
This is a reservation required, BYBO, dining experience. The multi course dinner changes daily, based on the catch and the crop.
We enjoyed it immensely
Had a terrific meal at Kauai ONO. Seated outside on long tables so you meet other people. It is BYOB! So lots of people brought wine or beers. They have a tub to chill your wine. Very romantic setting! The food was excellent! However it...More
I really struggle with the negative reviews of this dinner. Portions are on the smaller side yes, but that's because you aren't supposed to leave feeling like a Hawaiian monk seal laying on the beach!
The menu was incredible, the atmosphere was amazing, and my...More
I did this dinner, bc it was very well rated. Overall I was disappointed and it was not a lot of food and we had to eat at home again. The location is nice (make sure you bring your bug spray) and also make sure...More
Loved this experience! So nice to sit with other people and discuss the different places on the island. We got some great tips from fellow travelers for things to do and places to eat. Hosts were welcoming and efficient, food was delicious, and the setting...More
Darren and Lee (I think that’s right) are superb hosts. The setting is unlikely - 60 people seated all at once at 2 long picnic tables under a tent at Princeville Ranch, but - o my goodness - the food in FIVE courses - was...More
First let’s say the setting outside was fun...long cafeteria style tables promote visiting others which can be interesting. Service is fine with the two hosts running to get the various tastes to the table. They really had no time to interact and explain course.The cooking...More
We came here on the advice of the Princeville wineshop. What a great choice! It's a fixed price menu and there are two 30-person outdoor tables. You can bring your own alcoholic or non alcoholic beverages. There were five courses, all of which were fantastic....More
Response from clarkhowie | Reviewed this property |
They made a fantastic soup with coconut milk & a too die for delicious dessert that was creamy with coconut milk as well. No dairy was discernible in any of the other courses. There is a section for special requests where... More
They made a fantastic soup with coconut milk & a too die for delicious dessert that was creamy with coconut milk as well. No dairy was discernible in any of the other courses. There is a section for special requests where you can let them know you want a non dairy meal. When you are getting seated, be sure to remind them you are the no dairy diner! They are quite accommodating & the nicest! Don't miss the experience- one of the best anywhere.
Response from jbswanson750 | Reviewed this property |
All the answers above are excellent – which leaves you, the questioner, with a tough call. At our son’s rehearsal dinner, we brought along my two-year-old granddaughter and my five-year-old grandson. No, there was no... More
All the answers above are excellent – which leaves you, the questioner, with a tough call. At our son’s rehearsal dinner, we brought along my two-year-old granddaughter and my five-year-old grandson. No, there was no children’s menu, and, yes, it eventually got dark beyond the tent area. But for our singular mix of two big families (who were not especially close), these two kids turned out to be just the right dose of entertainment. Although my daughter-in-law had her mother’s eye trained on the kids scampering around the tent, she never had to rise to tend them: someone was always jumping up from the table to treat them to some focused attention. Whether they were rolling down the grassy slope or playing catch the Cheerio in your mouth, the kids and the visiting adults had a ball. Virtually everyone took a turn. For our unique set of folks, the kids turned out to be a wonderful distraction, often bringing together adults who might not have otherwise had a conversation. If you do bring kids, be sure to bring something that would entertain them. Ours made do with a box of Cheerios and two pineapples.