The garden setting of Keoki's paradise is lovely, but the food is nothing to write home about. My husband and I ate there in early April. We each ordered an appetizer and main course of local fish (Ono for me, Mahi for him). The appetizers took forever to come out, and we had just started eating them when the main courses arrived. The server said something about the appetizers taking longer than expected, and she didn't want the main courses to get dried out sitting under the heat lamps. However, I suspect that she forgot to enter the appetizers, or the kitchen missed them entirely, and our main courses were sitting under the lamps while they frantically cooked the appetizers. Both of our fish dishes were dry and the sauces gooey.
Also, the tables are crammed pretty close together and it gets fairly noisy.
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