We were waiting for dinner at Duke's Canoe Club (see other review) and were approached by a worker from Hula Grill to dine there. He said they were owned by the same people and had a better view while being just upstairs. We decided to try them the night after Duke's. We were seated outdoors at the railing, so we got great view of the sunset.
The food was pretty good, although we both thought it was a bit pricier and not quite as good as at Duke's. We got the pan seared Mahi-Mahi and the fire grilled Ahi steak. Both were pretty good. The bread and olive oil/guava and pepper dip before the entrees was incredible.
The service was just OK, not overly attentive. I had to ask to have my water glass refilled a couple of times.
We were glad we went and would go again, but prefer Duke's.
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