While the luau feeds a BIG crowd, and tables are tightly together, I have to comment on the 'negative' reviews about the food. They served a nice selection of "Hawaiian" staples, like the pork, lomi lomi salmon, which were both excellent. They even had small containers of poi... which my husband, who lived in Hawaii years ago, rated as okay but not sour and thick enough! More for tourist tastes I guess, although some luau attendees from the reviews here didn't seem to take to poi either. Plus salads, fruits, other general food items more acceptable to some. Coconut cake was nice too, and traditional. We also attended a reunion luau with more traditional items of luau foods, for example squid with green mush taro. I don't think that would have gone over well at the PCC luau for TripAdvisor reviewers!
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