This was our Thai food choice while in Honolulu. Family of 6 ordered four different main dishes. All were very good and adequate quantities for all. Would go back.
A friend recommended this based on a visit a few years ago. The menu boasted it was the best Thai restaurant in Hawaii and maybe the world, recognized by Gourmet and Bon Appetite. Something has gone wrong--It was average at best. To start with, the peanut sauce was bland. The wine didn't come until after the second appetizer was served,... More
Went to this restaurant on Spec having read the recommendations in the local press and I have to say the food was delicious! The ginger soup ( Tum Kah) was everything Thai food should be and the Mahi Mahi in Ginger and Green Onions equally good. Excellent food, good portions and reasonable prices make this restaurant a good addition to... More
Addicted to Keo's Kapahulu from day 1 in 1987. Sad for the move to Waikiki. Still returned, but far less frequently. Most recent visit was not good. How can the signature Evil Jungle Prince become pedestrian? With Mekong gone, best alternative is Chiang Mai on S. King St.
Great food. Great service, close to our hotel. A good selection. Me and my daughter went back a few times we liked it so much. Looks to be very popular. Catered for gluten free also which was a bonus for me and hubbie.
As there are so many wonderful places to dine by the ocean during the evening hours for cocktails and/or dinner, I will recommend Keo's for breakfast when you might be in a bit of a hurry to get off on with the adventues for the day. You can enjoy a typical Mainland breakfast with local fresh fruits and juices for... More
I've eaten here twice in the last week. As I said above I think the menu is a bit limited ,but thats not necessarily a negative as what they do serve they serve well .service varied both times from satisfactory to just ok . Try the calamari salad and also the evil prince curry. Both very tasty .
The Food was excellent. Unlike many other places I tried in the area, this one is quiet and is a nice restaurant environment. However there is a trade-off. You can go to more crowded and cheaper places. My daughter never likes to eat Calamari, but when we ordered Fried Calamari, she had a small taste and she couldn't have enough... More
Have been here in the past several times- service can be hit & miss but normaly pretty good. THey have an advertised Breakfast Special-Eggs,Pancakes,Bacon which for the money is spot on. Both of this had this & were very happy. Coffee top-ups offered & nothing a problem. Have never had a problem with `cold offerings' referred to by others.
My wife and I ate here twice, or more accurately planned to eat here twice, last week. We had Thai food for dinner. The summer rolls were acceptable, but not worth ordering again. We each had a curry. The curries were fine, but not excellent (3 stars for Curry). We needed a quick breakfast our last day and popped in... More
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