From the outside, I was expecting either a touristy generic restaurant, or a dive bar. But this really was a good restaurant. First, it helps that they take orders until 10:30pm, for people like me who like to use up as much of the day on the actual sight seeing as possible. I ordered the fish and chips, and my wife ordered the battered shrimp. The fish was surprisingly good, because rather than a typical soft Atlantic fish, they used Hawaiian ono, so it was firm and flavorful. My wife's shrimp was tasty as well, though less unusual. Both plates were huge and filling (along with the always good Kona Brewing Company beer), especially for the price. Even though the waitress was busy, covering a good 5-6 tables herself, she was very friendly and joking with us and other guests.