This was a surprising place. Nestled in a 1957 hotel, this restaurant had served of the best dinners that we enjoyed.
I was staying at the attached hotel, so I had breakfast here twice. Both times I found the food to be very good, as was the service. I walked by at dinner time, but the live music they had discouraged me from going in; I'm just not a fan of that.
We figured we would try it out since it was one of restaurants that we found off of here in the town of Hilo. We didn't have to wait for a table because we timed it before the dinner rush. The food was okay, menu is pretty limited. The singer was great and he was fun to watch perform. Only... More
Food and value was okay but service left a lot to be desired. Should have realised when we were ignored waiting to be seated. Throughout the evening we kept having to get the wait staff's attention for almost everything despite the restaurant not being even half full!
That was the best breakfast we have had here. Heck, that was the best meal we have had too! My steak and eggs were perfectly cooked, the fried rice was to die for, the prices were reasonable, and the service was great. Would go again and again.
We ate breakfast there one day before driving around to see some sights. We were one of two tables occupied and the waiter came by and just started chatting with us. We asked him about sights and talk with us for a long time. He gave us the locals guide to things to see and he took the time to... More
We have driven by this place for years but never stopped in. On a whim we stopped in and had a great meal! I had the chicken Kutsu and my wife the seared ahi. Those were good with reasonable price, But the great surprise was the chocolate lava cake which was outstanding!!! Perhaps it is the correct and appropriate dessert... More
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