Before going to the Macadamia Nut Farm, we hungrily arrived at this nearby restaurant and gift shop. I enjoyed the fresh mahi mahi lunch plate with rice, tartar sauce and side salad. My husband had the savory, Kiawe roasted Huli Huli half chicken, with the same side dishes as mine. I strongly recommend ordering these Hawaiian selections from the menu.
The meal portions were generous and the price was average, considering the area and convenient location. We felt full for the rest of the day. There is ample parking in their lot, in front of the building.
The ambiance was store-front-shop-meets-high-tea-restaurant. The restaurant’s ordering counter looks like a cute, little Tiki hut. There are glass walls on three sides of the dining room, the chairs are red and the tables are covered with pink cloths. A small vase of live red carnations adorns each table as a center piece. Yet, the food comes on foam plates and plastic trays.
The gift shop items tend to be on the expensive side, particularly the jewelry, which is a large section of the store. Other items to buy include shells, post cards, moo moos and other merchandise catering to tourists.
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