I have yet to go to a luau in Hawaii where I was greatly impressed by the food. Most are decent, and the food will be enough to fill you up. This place had less variety of food than most of the other luaus that I have been to, but I don't consider that a knock since luaus generally do not have super memorable outstanding entrees. Remember, they are trying to cook for an army of hundreds of people at a time, and so expect cafeteria level food at best at these Hawaiian luaus.
The drinks at the bar were excellent, although they didn't do slushes.
The best part was the show, which is one of the better ones that I have seen. This is a non-traditional show, with much more modernistic costumes. No coconut bras on the ladies here, no boring traditional Hawaiian dances, it's all very New Age dance style, mixed with Hawaiian mysticism and topped off by some spectacular fire dancing. All of this takes place in a circular stage in the middle of this large dining hall/arena/tent. The dining tables surround the circular stage.
The luau is located in the Kilohana Plantation, and we did not get a chance to see the plantation. There are some other things you can do there, like take a railroad tour, which we did not have time for.
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