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Victoria, British Columbia
February 21, 2001
There is a huge selection of breakfasts ranging from the Macadamian Nut Pancakes to the Chili Cheese Omelets. Prices range from about $5-$7 per breakfast.
Lunch and dinner menus include burgers, shrimp, soups, salads, chicken, sandwiches and more. Prices for these range between $6-$11 per meal.
From journal 3 Months on Maui
January 19, 2005
Besides that, they serve eggs, omelets, and pancakes. The lunch and dinner menu is the same. They have a variety of burgers done with different toppings, sandwiches, and many appetizers to choose from. I usually get their cheeseburger with onion rings.
Cheeseburger in Paradise does not take reservations. You can always sit by
the bar, have a drink, and enjoy the fabulous view of the ocean while you wait.
From journal Maui on a Budget
New York, New York
December 11, 2003
The restaurant is right on the water for some great views and the food is yummy. You can get a regular burger or go crazy and get one with all the MANY toppings.
They don't only have burgers on the menu either. There are other options such as fries, chicken and pasta, but the burger is the main attraction. This place is very upbeat and fun--a great place to take kids, but also a nice place to hang out in a hip environment at night. Very popular place so wait times may be long.
From journal Maui Getaway
by Foxboro Marmot
December 1, 2003
The food? It's pretty basic...despite the menu, everyone seems to order the same thing - cheeseburgers. Eight bucks for the burger, $3.50 for a basket of fries to split between two or three, and $4.50 for a local Kona beer or $2 for an iced tea.
Sit back, watch the waves come in across Lahaina Harbor or watch people walk by on Front Street. Sip a cool drink, listen to the music, and pretty soon you're enjoying a cheeseburger in paradise!
From journal Back to Maui
July 28, 2003
From journal The honeymoon in Maui
March 13, 2003
The atmosphere of the place reminded me of P.O. Pear’s in Lincoln, Nebraska. The service was good and the burgers were good. They had a live singer/guitarist playing while we dined. He was really good. You could buy CDs of his music from him during breaks. Hamburger prices were budget.
As you can see, C in P didn’t stand out as a great restaurant experience, but we weren’t looking for anything fancy, just some good food at a reasonable price. The best part about the experience was the live music and being on the second floor with the open air dining above the town. Great views. At the time, this was the only C in P in the world, but there are now several (see Puerto Vallarta entry).
From journal Grand Prize Destination: Maui
by JANET S
ROCK ISLAND, Illinois
May 1, 2002
From journal Maui bound
Seaford, New York
May 17, 2001
From journal Week in Maui
October 18, 2000
From journal Maui Scuba Diving
December 6, 2006
From journal West Coast Maui