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by White Devil
July 14, 2009
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Miami Beach, Florida
February 16, 2007
From journal Valentines Day at Mai Kai
August 5, 2006
From journal Pompano Beach, Fort Lauderdale, and Miami 2006
Palm Coast, Florida
February 28, 2004
The food was very good and they have an extensive menu of tropical drinks. One couple in our party got a $20 drink for two that came with two very long straws. The concierge at our hotel had indicated that they had a special menu for $38 per person that included a show. We did have to ask for this specifically. They also have another package for $45 and you can order off of the menu as well.
The atmosphere of the whole restaurant and the gardens around it is definitely part of the experience. But bring a flashlight as it is very dark and hard to read the menu.
The show was fantastic and as good as any that I have seen in Hawaii.
From journal Where the boys were
by Mary Dickinson
December 29, 2003
We made reservations for dinner and the show and eventually we were directed to our table. Several "rooms" are around the centrally located stage. They had names like The Tahiti Room, The Hawaii Room, etc. Of course, it all looked like the inside of a big tiki hut, with a variety of handmade lampshades dimly lighting the area. Genuine Polynesian items hung from the ceiling also. It's very South Seas-looking.
We got a menu with four entrees because we were staying for the show. I chose Beef with Mushrooms and my husband wanted to try Ginger Garlic Beef. The first course served was a Pupu Platter with 10 items for each of us. Three different dips were brought for them. They were very good, but with the drink, a little too filling. I wasn't really hungry by the time dinner was served. My dinner had large chunks of mushrooms with tender well-cooked chunks of beef. I tried some, and it tasted good, but I ended up taking most of it home. It was great when I had it for lunch the next day. My husband said his was delicious. It was served with big pieces of red and green peppers and very spicy. Two very generous scoops of sherbet were served for dessert.
The show was excellent. The singers, drummers and dancers were obviously natives of the Polynesian Islands. The performers did an exquisite rendition of the Hawaiian Wedding Song. It is one of my favorites and it was our wedding anniversary. The lead dancer had come to our resort the preceding Tuesday and taught Polynesian dance, so we knew what the dance was about.
There is a gift shop in the complex with a large selection of clothes, jewelry and gift items.
From journal Sea Forever
May 19, 2003
From journal Spring Break in Ft. Lauderdale 50+
May 15, 2003
From journal First Foray into the World of Timeshare