Had lunch. Good variety of food and beer selections. Prices are "Hawaii reasonable". Portions are generous. Staff is friendly and atmosphere is comfortable/tropical. Glad we are here.
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Mai Tais were delicious! The setting was oh so Hawaiian rain forest; trees, ferns, and flowers—such a pleasant surprise after the asphalt jungle of the parking lot. The food was good, if not spectacular. Better than average, but not truly memorable. We had Calamari with...More
We were in Kona last week and found ourselves in Quinns three times for dinner because the food and service was excellent! The fish and chips were great, and the salads were nice and fresh. You know you have found a great spot when it's...More
This restaurant was recommended to us by several local people and we found it pleasant, although crowded. We ended up eating later than planned because we decided to go to our room and rest for 45 min. rather than standing in line. So we arrived...More
Best fish and chips we found on the island. Flavorful, not too-heavily breaded, and plentiful. We couldn't finish. Good service. Surprisingly inexpensive for a place within a block of the beach.
When we were in Kona a few years back, we ate at Quinn's and recalled that the food was pretty good, so gave it another try. We were very hungry, so each of us ordered fish and chips. We didn't think to ask about the...More
This restaurant was recommended by a elderly gentleman on the street. He asked if we were looking for something; we told him, a place to eat. This sports bar has a Green Bay Packer (football) theme in the tavern section. The covered outside seating is...More