This is a great restaurant with fresh fresh fish. We had sushi and it was delicious. There was a wait for a table. It is a bit noisy, but some like that.
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Three in our party ordered the Mahi Mahi on a recommendation from our hotel concierge (Hanalei Bay Resort). We were told to get there right at 5:30 as it would be crowded, the locals loved this place (doubtful), and they didn't take reservations. We got...More
We decided to try lunch here as they do not take reservations for dinner and we would have had to wait over an hour for our large party. The interior wasn't open at lunch so one option was to sit outside on concrete stools (not...More
I had the grilled sweet n sour chicken which was excellent! Just really loved the open Hawaiian atmosphere and dining experience. Just a little pricey, but overall worth it.
We always stop by the Dolphin when visiting the North Coast. While our favorite is the swordfish, I also recommend the calamari appetizer. It is a sliced calamari steak and you’ll really enjoy the taste and the texture. No reservations, so get there by 6:00...More
After spending a wonderful afternoon paddle-boarding on the Hanalei River, we came to the Dolphin, sat by the river, and enjoyed the best fish tacos I've ever had. They used local fish and the sauces were excellent. The price was right too during happy hour....More
It was called Fish Salad, but that doesn’t begin to describe it! The fish was a beautiful, perfectly grilled, ahi, and the salad had fresh greens, tomatoes, carrots, and cucumbers. The homemade Tahitian dressing absolutely made the salad. We are buying that to take home!
Great fish and sushi dishes in an old plantation style building next to the Hanalei river. They do not take reservations so get there early or a little later.
The food is great. The Monchong fish was perfectly prepared and the Dolphin salad was easily large enough for two to share. Service was fine. BUT... We sat in the sushi section of the restaurant which was noisy and aggravated by totally useless and loud...More