Our family ate here in July 2014 and were seated with another family at our table. I thought it would be a stretch to bring my two teenage daughters but apparently they like kale. It was a roll of the dice but it worked brilliantly.
Courses were kale, then a poke style fish, another salad, pork rib and pulled pork, and then dessert. I've never had Mochi before and it was excellent and will seek it out more. The pork rib was really well done but I wish they gave more.
It's BYOB but if you forget, the Hanalei liquor store is two buildings away.
What a great premise for a restaurant. Make the best meal you can with what is locally available. Prepare it all out of a food truck to keep the expenses down and the experience a garden meal set outside. Costs are low enough that you only have to cook 2 days a week and then surf the rest of the time. Brilliant! I am sure it helps keep you excited about cooking too versus cooking multiple meals six to seven days a week.
Open Table reservations seemed to be busted. So Yelp is the way to reserve a table here it seems - try there first.
This is definitely in the top 10 of dining experiences I've had. (Ate at the French Laundry in California in 2006 and that is #1 - sorry guys, but hey, you're on the list)
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