Had lunch at the bar. My wife ordered a pizza (kalhua pig & pineapple) and I ordered fish tacos. Both were great as were the fries. The Mai Tais were fantastic and the Bartender was friendly.
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This restaurant will always be on my list in Poipu. The dinner selection and wine list were fantastic. The malasads for dessert are heaven. We saw our 3rd green flash to top off the evening!
After exploring the Shops at Kukui'ula, we decided to treat ourselves to a late evening dessert. Merriman's dessert menu offered several choices that highlighted local island flavors. We settled on the Pineapple Bread Pudding and it was delicious. Because each portion is more-than-ample, we decided...More
We decided to celebrate good friend and her husband to Merrimans Kauai for her birthday. We have eaten at Merrimans in Waimea in the Big Island and it was excellent so had to try the one in Kauai. This one was just as good. We...More
When Merriman's opened we went (as locals) as much as twice per week. Our favorite menu items slowly were taken off the downstairs menu and it has become limited in our opinion. We've tried to return periodically because we still enjoy their fish tacos which...More
Sit at the bar only from 5:30-6:30 for good drinks and relatively inexpensive apps. Note that this Merrimans is not in a view location like the one at Kapalua.
We had what some in our group describe as one of the best steaks they've ever had. We attended a family wedding on the beach and then had dinner at Merriman's. The steaks were local beef form Kauai and ordered a few months ahead of...More
Wonderful servers who couldn't do enough to help and please. Wonderful fish (why would you order anything else from a fish restaurant???). Cocktails were delicious as was the wine flight paired with the food. Really pleased we chose to have NYE dinner here. Weren't at...More
Went here for lunch. Mai Tais were wonderful as was the food and service. I had the hamburger hubby had fish sandwish and both were quite ample and well prepared. Have I mentioned the Mai Tais?! They were my favorite!