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April 29, 2010
From journal More Kona Adventures
by Tall Corn
September 30, 2009
May 18, 2008
From journal Dining on the Big Island of Hawaii
September 16, 2007
From journal Waikoloa - The Big Island's Remote Resort Area
Las Vegas, Nevada
May 11, 2004
It served very good food, which was a little pricey, but I think it was worth it. I enjoyed the strip steak. The children's menu is $7.99 and up; it includes chicken fingers and a small tenderloin steak.
From journal The Kona Experience
May 18, 2003
Lunch is served Monday through Friday from 11:30am, while dinner is served every evening from 5:30pm. The only negative is that like most restaurants on the islands, they do close rather early.
The last time I was there the three course prix fixe menu was $35. Included was an appetizer from which you could choose the Cream of Butternut Squash Soup with a Garlic Herb Creme Fraiche, or the Smoked Salmon Roulade with a Potato Cucumber Salad in Dill Cream Dressing, or the Kahua Ranch Butter Lettuce and Plum Tomato with Oriental-Style Vinaigrette. You could choose either the grilled Local Fish "Kona Style" topped with Ginger, Shoyu, Sherry Wine, and Hot Peanut Sauce, served with Jasmine Rice, or Chock In Style Stir-Fry Chicken in Peanut Sauce on Yaki Soba Noodles, or the Grilled Tenderloin of Beef with Green Peppercorn Sauce and Garlic Mashed Potatoes, or the Asian Tomato Risotto with Mushroom Ragout and Hilo Sweetcorn-Chive Sauce from the list of entrees. For dessert, there was either the Millefeuille of Waimea Strawberry and Vanilla Sauce, or Banana Kiwi Lumpia with Jack Daniel's Ice Cream, or the trio of Big Island Ice Cream with Fruit Coulis.
For those feeling a little more adventurous head for the main menu, where the Lobster Bisque Flavored with Brandy and topped with Cilantro Coconut Cream at $7.50 and the Spicy Chicken Wonton with a Big Island Slaw and Ginger Soy Mayonnaise Dip at $8.00 caught my eye on the appetizer list.
From the entrees, the grilled "Kamuela Pride" New York Steak with Paniolo-Style Barbeque Sauce and Garlic Mashed Potatoes at $27 and the Wok-Fried Sea Scallops with Asian Style Risotto and a Warm Coconut Crab Dressing $23.00 piqued our interest.
For those with a vegetarian bent, never fear there was something on the list for you -- delight in the Crispy Avocado Spring Roll with Smoked Tomato Coulis, tiny beans relish and served with a tossed Field Green salad at $19.50.
From journal A weekend on the "Big Island"
Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
January 23, 2003
From journal The Big Islannd