We ate dinner at this restaurant and enjoyed it. The rack of lamb had great flavors and the fish was prepared well. Ginger margarita was very good. Our family of six enjoyed it very much and came back another night for the luau...that was a different experience. We thought the luau would be held outside on their lawn with a great oceanfront view, but sadly it was held inside in their smallish dining room. There were about 80 people in the room and it was so noisy. It felt very cafeteria to me. There was no pig ceremony, just line up at the buffet and eat. Drink service was very slow. Hula dancing was so-so but the audience was so noisy it ruined it and I felt was very rude to the hula dancers. The fire dancer was great but it seemed dangerous for him to be performing in the dining room instead of outside. This restaurant is very far in the north shore, almost to the end of the road, so unless you are staying in princeville or hanalei you probably shouldn't venture out here for dinner and if you do, skip the luau and come another night for dinner only.
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