Expensive and just okay. I had the lobster fried rice. It was a a bit dry and had a strange taste. It was a large quantity. My husband had a burger and he was happy. Just something to eat because we were hungry.
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The food menu here is great, its mostly small plate lunch stuff. Drinks are expensive. Most mix / tropical drinks start at $11 and beers at $8
We had dinner with our toes in the sand twice while we stayed here. The fish is fresh and prepared island style and the service is friendly. Nice place for a good, but informal meal.
This restaurant adds a unique flair to the average Hawaiian cuisine, making any meal very memorable Our server, Ann, fulfilled every request and was delightful. The chef prepares a selection of very tasty and healthy menu items.
We returned often to Hale Kai, super friendly service, unrushed, good cocktails and reliably good lunch fare. Always fresh salads and beautiful setting.
My wife really enjoyed coming here for lunch for two reasons. (We ate there twice this trip.) First, she loved dining with her feet in the sand (already mentioned in earlier reviews). Second, she loved that she could bring our dog, who was given a...More
An excellent spot, especially for families. Seating is on a sand floor with thatched umbrellas overhead. The menu is varied, including a number of more health-conscious and vegetarian offerings. The service is reliable and attentive.
This is such a gem at the Fairmont. The food is delicious! It so outweighed the mediocre Brown's experience and it is worth trying if you are in the area. Avocado Toast was awesome. Chicken Ceasar Salad was awesome! Went again the day we left...More