This is no broadway show, but a regular typical dinner theater, which has played on Kauai for several years. The local cast, does a reasonably good job and for a night out in town, this is an o.K. option. The premier seats are $25 extra on top of the $80 dollars per person. Kids 5 and under are free and my for 8 year old it was $30. There is a coupon in one of the Kauai activity books you get at the airport. We were seated at the 2nd row of tables and we had a good view (no need for the premier seats). The buffet food is nothing to write home about. Some salads, rice, mashed potatoes that taste like out of a box, mixed frozen vegetables (just like we buy at Costco... and there is a Costco in town), teriyaki chicken and some fish in a lemon sauce. The deserts are just sweet without much taste. The cut up fruits were probably the best thing on the menu. The Mai Tai was very disappointing ($10). Everything in Kauai is more expensive than on the mainland, so comparing prices without the proper references on cost of living for the locals is a bit difficult. In summary, if you have an evening where you are looking to do something other than a Luau, this may be an option, however don't expect any culinary delights and there are definetely much better Mai Tai drinks on the island.
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