Wondering around TI, we were hungry and between meal times (as usual) in Las Vegas. No idea what we wanted and happened upon this place that both my husband settled on. We enjoyed the food, prices and drinks, we ended up back here the night before we were leaving.
First time we ate off the lunch menu. I had the Kalua Pork Sliders. If you read my reviews, I am not a big eater. These are an appetizer and there are 4 of them. They were topped with boiled cabbage, which I am not crazy about and just scrapped off. My husband had the Kahuna BBQ chicken sandwich. He said definitely one of the best he has eaten. He had french fries and had more than enough to share some with me. We both had a cocktail, non-frozen and they were great. Unfortunately, cannot recall the names of them.
Next time, we were back for dinner menu. My husband had the Chicken Stir-Fry, Hibachi style. They have three styles you can pick from. The plate was enormous and though he did his best to finish it he couldn't. I had the Lobster Bisque soup which was amazing. Just as good as some East Coast places. I also had another appetizer as my meal which was the Tahitian Coconut Shrimp. There were 4 generous size shrimps. Between the soup and the shrimps, it left me for my huge treat in Vegas....a Ben & Jerry's ice cream. Again, we had two different cocktails...my husband had a Mai Tai and I had the Mango Mojito, the latter being amazing.
This is a little treasure within TI. Atmosphere is gimicky and certain drinks appear to come in 'toilet's as glasses. Decor is 'rainforest cafe' type. I didn't find it loud, easy access. Service was a bit less, but still okay. When my soup was delivered it came with one fried pita type chip that was huge in my soup. It was so good, I asked if I could have 1-2 more. Waitress said 'sure' and came back with a bowl of them.
I believe this is a great place for family meals.
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