I was not impressed at all, when we first arrived at the parking lot. The two young girls , who were supposed to greet you , just said 'Go on that line'; after you had your photo taken with two lovely Hawaiian guys (I bought the photo eventually!) - you were rushed on a trolley for a very fast tour of the gardens.
After this rushed start … the rest of the evening was wonderful.
Mr. Smith (the owner) explained the IMU ceremony :when the kalua pig was unveiled, it had a succulent smell.
We found the buffet delicious and with better food quality than other luaus we tried.
Of course you need to try the kalua pig, but also the fish and adobo chicken were very tasty. Forget about the Poi (but this has nothing to do with this particular luau !) ... or try it, if you are brave !
There was also a very entertaining , professional trio singing and playing during the meal.
After dinner you move to the theater. There is no seating assignment, so move on early , if you want a front row ( The theater is just a few steps from the dining area).
This show does not feature just songs and dances , but it is an extraordinary extravaganza - telling you stories about the different cultures that formed today Hawai’ian “melting pot” , including also a lively Chinese dragon, Japanese and Philippines dances.
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