This restaurant is located only few minutes from my house but I waited to visit until things settled down after a huge renovation and change from a quiche/french pancake place called "WildTyme" to" Canoe House". It is owned by the same people that have several other restaurants. I missed the polynesian food of Hawaii, included the sweet mai tai, pina colada type drinks and this place delivers. It has been previously reviewed as an upscale "Islands" but it is not. The decor is subdude but with a outrigger suspended from the ceiling. There is an extensive island drink menu with specials every night and pupus with lots of choices. There are fish dishes, hamburgers and salads as well. You can eat a lot or a little, depending on your appetite but everything we had (ahi salad, crab cakes, Hawaiian spare ribs, pineapple upside down cake) was excellent. My only complaint is that small children screaming ruined the rum buzz. If you don't like this intrusion either, sit by the bar (no kids seated there). I also wish the crab cakes were not fried but lightly battered. Other than that, go and have a polynesian trip down memory lane. Parking and handicapped access is very good.
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