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June 30, 2006
From journal Vegas, baby!
July 28, 2005
The service was great and the restaurant was clean. Eating in the restaurant area, you get the dancing water show every 10 minutes or so. Our waiter was helpful in choosing our meal and recommended the Big Kahuna drink. It was basically for two! It comes in a big scooner that you can keep, but it’s worth the money you pay.
Afterwards, go into the bar for some other entertainment from the bartenders’ performances and dual pianos. It was one of the most enjoyable evenings by far!
From journal Second Honeymoon in Las Vegas
by E. B.
December 27, 2004
One friend ordered the Tropical Tuna Melt with albacore tuna, scallions, celery, and mango on a lemon-pepper brioche with cheddar-jack cheese over the tuna. It came with a lemon cherry slaw. My friend was very pleased with her meal. My other friend ordered the cheese steak wrap, which had thinly sliced beef sirloin topped with provolone cheese and crispy fried onions wrapped in a sun-dried tomato tortilla with herb mayonnaise. She thought it was okay, but it was no Philly cheese steak sandwich. She had wanted coleslaw instead of fries, but the waitress forgot and brought her fries. She received her coleslaw after reminding the waitress. I ordered a cranberry-lime chicken pasta dish. It was fabulous. I let my friend try it, and she was amazed at the flavor. It was absolutely incredible. I also ordered a Strawberrymango Kolada, not knowing that it was non-alcoholic. It came with a vial of something sweet, possibly from the O2 bar near the entrance.
Service was a bit slow, but we had plenty of time. My meal was the priciest, but it was definitely worth the money. It was an excellent meal, indeed. I ended up not finishing my meal, so I put it in a box, which my friend smuggled into her purse so that we wouldn't have to go back to our hotel.
Kahunaville is open from 11:30am to 2am seven days a week.
From journal My Mystère Trip with the Girls