We stumbled upon this place by accident and absolutely loved it. It is very old and has an interesting history. The food was outstanding! Loved their chicken salad. Hubby had fish tacos. We sat outside in a covered area, watched a light rainfall and commented on how happy we were to have stopped to try this place, which we knew nothing about. The iced tea was so good as were the desserts. I got some muffins to go from the small bakery area. We are from Louisiana, so people who commented previously and called it "old and worn" are probably the same tourists who come to New Orleans and eat at Chilis. This restaurant is about to lose it long-time lease from the state of Hawaii at the end of 2013, so eat there while it is still open.