After reading reviews of the restaurant, our expectations were high for the Tuesday night luau. While the show was good, we were disappointed and wish we spend the $300 for a family of 4 ($69 pp plus tip) on something else.
I'll start with the show. The entire show was indoors, which was disappointing ( it said 'beach front' and I think we thought that meant 'on the beach') While the space was intimate and seating was limited to 80 guests, the indoor venue made it hard to see the show (were were in the back of the room) The show is done by a family - mom is a wicked good drummer; the 5 dancers (4 daughters and a new member of the ohana from Chicago) and the fire show (the dad) were fun and wonderful. The music during dinner and during the show was supurb. They even let the crowd take family pictures with the performers after the show ( no added cost) which was nice.
The disappointment was the meal itself. The food tasted like banquet chow - fish, beef and chicken was dry and other dishes tasted 'packaged' - like a frozen dinner. Desert too, tasted like it too came from a box or a mix. The saving grace was a nice organic salad and fresh fruit, but they ran out of fruit. I hope they can improve the meal, because the show ( if it can be moved outside) was quite good.
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