They say there is no bad seating at Feast @ Lele, but there's certainly the best seating and that is at the front for the entertainment is first rate at this Hawaiian banquet.
Yes, its expensive but you will dine and indeed feast and be entertained by a slew of performances and leave with a huge appreciation for a variety of cultures.
The drinks are a tad watered down, but it is unlimited alcoholic beverages from wines, mai tai's to Pina's and of course non alcoholic options are available.
It's a 5 course meal with dishes from the many cultures which make up the Hawaiian islands. You enjoy the cuisine and get a sample of the culture through dance and a fire dance wraps things up. We started off with a Hawaiian meal which comprised of pork, fern, asparagus, fish smeared with a mango sauce. There was also a Aetearao (Maorai culture in New Zealand) who served fishcakes, sweet potatoes and mushrooms, wrapping up with a Samoan meal with grilled cakes.
It's a 3 hour feast, you are seated and your meals and drinks are delivered with a fresh plate for each meal. Well organized, amidst a beautiful beach backdrop, its certainly romantic.
If you can get a front seating (its preassigned not sure if its a first book first served situation) request one -- not that you will be disappointed with a back row, but I felt we would have enjoyed it even more!
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