this is a restaurant which was fine and then decided to follow the trends of "locavore", "self-sustained" etc. and called itself 22 degrees north for the latitude it sits on. the whole experience became so pretentious and the food so mediocre, i did not return (i live on Kauai). i ordered a $12 stuffed cabbage that was filled with rice and not much more in a sauce that just was overpowered by some spice that was the only thing i tasted. $12 for one leaf of cabbage and some rice? i don't think so! When people got the gist of the the whole artificial experience and the mediocre food at high prices, they lost a lot of business. now they are back as Gaylord's and it is decent but not great. the chicken in bourbon sauce was very good. they now have music and the grounds, the ambience, and courtyard where you eat are gracious and lovely. people who live here always say "one does not come to Kauai for the food." there is a reason for that.