Our family enjoyed a wonderful dinner here while spending a couple of nights in the Volcano area. The menu changes nightly, but we all found interesting and wonderful options. The potato leek soup was a delicious start. My daughter had a nicely cooked filet. My picky son had some parmesan pasta. My wife enjoyed some beautiful ahi tuna, and I had a beef papiette (flattened medallions stuffed with beef, minced mushrooms and herbs and then fried). Wonderful. The service was good, and the restaurant setting had a European lodge feel to it (including a stone fireplace).