We headed here on a tourist guide indication. The guide said about the hawaiian food and nothing about all th rest of the menu, this should have been hint.
Let's start to say that the place is nice, on the beach, near to a luau place for tourists so you can hear the music and enjoy the meal.
Quite crowded in the evening but the staff will do its best to help you find a table.
Menu is only for a small part hawaiian: lau lau, kalua pig and alhi plate. All the rest is a mix of usual american dishes (sandwiches and even burger....never let a customer complain!) and some pan asian dishes.
We were a group of 6 and the ones who had lau lau and kalua pork had a decent experience; unfortunately the ones who had the seafood sandwich were the unlucky people.
The sandwich actually featured a bun (slightly sweet...) instead of the flat bread, the slice of fish meat was really small.
At first we noticed that the fries were cold...stone cold! We let the kind waiter know and he brought a new load of warm fries. Actually we soon realized the whole dish was stone cold so we let it know to the waiter and we finished our meal anyway.
The waiter said that he talked to the manager of the inconvenience of the cold dish but the manager never showed up even up for some excuses.
We must save the kind helpful and gentle waiter who really did his best to fix the whole thing although he was casualty of "friendly fire" from the cook and the manage himself. The price was about 18 US each person, really overpriced for the quality of the food.
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