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Ahi Lele Fire Show - CLOSED

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Ahi Lele Fire Show - CLOSED

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4900 Kuawa Rd, Kilauea, Kauai, HI 96754-5144
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Nancy E wrote a review May 2019
Dallas, Texas2 contributions
If you are in the Princeville area of Kauai...don't miss the Fire Show. It was interesting and exciting...setting was nice and the buffet was good. The fire dancers were athletic and in my opinion very brave to handle the fire sticks the way they did. It is only presented once a week (Wednesdays I think) so plan ahead.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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J L wrote a review Dec 2015
Great Barrington, Massachusetts91 contributions133 helpful votes
Shut the restaurant down! This food is awful. They have a prefixed meal, and there is nothing else. The chef is insensate when it comes to salt. There are no salt shakers on the tables, probably because there was none left after the kitchen got a hold of it. The entree was two tiny shrimp shoved up against a scoop of pork - sounds gourmet, eh. Dessert was a rubbery flan contraption, and most left theirs to the side. The fire show was passable, but there is no excuse for charging so much for such a awful meal.
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Date of experience: December 2015
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b831c wrote a review Dec 2015
Texas166 contributions
We attend the Ahi Lele Dinner and Fire Show in December. I was pleasantly surprised. First there were the specialty cocktails they included, The Mai Tai was the best I ever had. It was made with fresh fruit juices, coconut water and the Koloa light and dark rums. You could have as many drinks as you wanted until the fire show, They also had beer and wine. Before dinner they passed around appetizers one was sliced cucumber with ahi poke on it, the other was a crispy bread with pork. They were both very good. You had time to tour the gardens. The first course was a tomato salad and fresh ahi seasoned with Hawaiian salt. The main course consisted of 2 grilled shrimp and pork medallions served the purple mashed sweet potatoes with onion and cabbage. Dessert was coconut flan with pineapple soaked in rum. The meal was ono (delicious) . The atmosphere was very pretty and relaxing. This is not a buffet but excellent table service. After dinner we walked to the show area. The show was fantastic We enjoyed the smaller, more intimate setting. The fire dancers were great, The performers posed with you to take pictures after the performance at no charge. This is a top notch production and I would go again.
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Date of experience: December 2015
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Molly J wrote a review Nov 2015
Powell Butte, Oregon15 contributions7 helpful votes
This comapny advertises that they can accommodate dietary needs. After multiple calls with Sharon and emails to make special arrangements for our food allergies, I ended up having an allergic reaction to nuts. Hours later, still dealing with a very sore and blistered mouth and throat. In addition, my son with a shell fish allergy was served an appetizer with shrimp and a dinner with prawns (both of which we luckily caught before he consumed). We had pre- arranged for him to have chicken and pasta and a shellfish free appetizer and dessert as well. When we spoke up the hostess was short, argumentive and rude. They denied that my son's plate contained shellfish and were told the kitchen does not serve nuts (which they do). Our waitress indicated my salad was nut free when served meanwhile you could see my husband's had nuts. The salad had an inamona dressing which contained kukui nut. This is a very serious issue that was not taken seriously by the staff. We were very excited to attend this event and it was our Thanksgiving dinner. From what we did see and experience the grounds are very pretty. If they could improve their food safety procedures, quality, and customer service I am sure the place has potential. Very scary experience.
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Date of experience: November 2015
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Grant P wrote a review Nov 2015
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My 2- and 4-year-old were spellbound. As were we. It was awesome. In fact, my 2-year-old will very likely now grow up to be a fire dancer. It hardly felt like an hour had passed. Look, there are some sleepy luaus (with lousy food) in Hawaii but if you want all the exciting fire stuff, skip those and go see this show. And, the food at Common Ground is already well known. This show plus good food equals money and time well spent. Go.
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Date of experience: October 2015
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