After a long morning of exploring the Kona coastline, this little gem was perfect. Located at a perfect junction of 160 and 11, it was a much needed rejuvenation spot. Although lunch menu is small -approx 11 items- you will not be disappointed. Hubby had a hamburger ( was craving mainland food) and stated it was very tasty. I had the catch of the day - ahi. Tender and seasoned just right. Our waitress was delightful, prompt with a sense of humor . As she made her way around the tables with the desert patter, my mouth started to water. I must admit I left without testing the deserts, but the patron on either side ordered to go boxes of the pies and both parties did not make out of the restaurant with any- they ate it before they could leave. And just to tease me, the cute waitress had to walk by my table again with the platter at eye level. Very tempting. Also the second cheapest meal of our trip. Two persons under $30.