Stopped here before going out for a day of adventuring. Great food and service. Pasteries to die for. No flash but you feel right at home.
Even though the food at The Lodge is good, it is quite pricey. The breakfast at Blue Ginger is huge and good as are the lunches and dinners. The pricing is about a fourth of what you pay at the Four Seasons and the atmosphere is quaint.
Delicious dinner plate. Fun to hang with the locals. We went for dinner Tuesday night, but they were closed Wednesday and Thursday nights. Odd, so check to see if they will be open when you want to go.
This is a fun alternative to the expensive hotel restaurants. We bought some of their breakfast buns and took them back to our hotel for the next day's breakfast. Lunch is varied and quite good. There is usually a line of locals at breakfast and lunch time which underwrites this popular place.
i had one of the best burgers in a long time there...very juicy and a home baked bun too...mmmmmm.....they also do baked goods that are the best in the island ....always baked fresh....every dish tasted "ONO"....THAT MEANS GOOD...
We traveled back to Lanai and went to the Blue Ginger several times. We were not disappointed. We had a Portugese omelet for breakfast. Don't order toast, as it comes with toast. I asked for my toast dry, which they were happy to do. Coffee is maybe $1, for a mug of coffee. One of the best prices on anything... More
Order at the counter, food is then delivered to your table. This is the best breakfast alternative (compared to high priced hotel food) that we have found on Lana'i. Had traditional items and all were very good and generous portions.
If you own or manage Blue Ginger Cafe, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.Manage your listing