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Los Angeles, California
May 3, 2005
There were several shops and other eateries in the area, so plenty of parking was available in the shopping center lot behind the restaurant. Once inside, a few TV sets were tuned to the sports channels, and the restaurant walls were lined with photos and memorabilia of Kauai beaches and surfers. This quickly set the mood for some casual beachtown fun.
Our friendly server quickly came over to inform us of the specials and chatted with us for a few minutes. The happy hour offered $2 tacos, $2 tostados, $2 beer, and discounted cocktails. We started off with a couple of each and were pleased with our choice. The flavorful fish tacos were especially tasty and were complimented with the Hawaiian lager we chose. Other items on the lunch menu included casual dishes like hamburgers and nachos. A glance around the restaurant at the other diners' meals had us tempted to try the huge platter of nachos, topped with mounds of cheese, meat, sour cream, and guacamole, but we opted to share a burger instead. The charbroiled burger was hearty enough and easy on the tastebuds, but even with fries, it was not worth the $12 price tag.
Overall, The tostados and tacos were a big hit, and the rest of the food was good, but as mentioned, slightly overpriced. We enjoyed our food here, but we enjoyed the happy hour bargains even more.
**Happy Hour is 3:30pm-5:30pm. For dessert, walk across the street for some shave ice--it's a really "cool" treat!
From journal Vacation in Kauai Without Breaking the Bank
February 1, 2004
They have a great happy hour with reduced prices for drinks and appetizers. Try the nachos (chips, beans, salsa, olives, cheese, sour cream, etc); you will not need any dinner. We observed delicious looking salads, burgers and fish plates being served and devoured by the guests. We also had delicious-fried artichoke hearts on a different day.
Don’t forget to use the restroom while you are there; more great movie trivia awaits you. The wait-staff were always very fun and carefree. Zelos does not actually overlook the beach, it has the feel of the beach with its openness and decor, but Hanalei Beach is a short three minute walk.
From journal The Land of Hanalei
November 9, 2004
From journal Heavenly Kauai Vacations
by Coronado Bob & Berie
April 5, 2004
It is American food but is very well prepared. Try the fish and chips, which will be made of the catch of the day or the fish tacos that will be made up of mahi-mahi and ahi. The deep fried artichoke appetizer is wonderful. There is an Oregon wine called Duck Pond that is very good. The second time there we split a dinner of sizzling prime rob fajitas! Hinano beer is available here, too.
From journal Kauai in the Fall
March 2, 2004
Every meal comes with hummus and pita bread - it's fresh and made daily!
From journal Beaches of Kauai
March 16, 2004
From journal A week on the Garden Isle
Pembroke, New Hampshire
April 10, 2003
From journal Paradise Found - Hawaii
October 25, 2002
From journal Krazy in Kauai