The A-frame structure makes this popular restaurant look distinctly rustic from the outside. Inside, light-color walls and a full wall of glass highlight an ocean view that is one of the best on Kauai. Come early for a window seat and watch the surf crashing on the rocks while you study the menu. The food is simple, but they know how to do surf and turf. You can try both in one of several combo dinner platters or order fresh island fish and thick steaks individually. Meals include salad bar. The restaurant is best known for its prime rib and Australian rack of lamb. Longtime visitors and locals love this place, which hasn't changed much in 30 years. Arrive early for the best seats.
Apr 7, 2015
First in Hawaii an read views of the restaurant. But got there seated fast nice view.order food that's when it went to hell.order a sirloin steak an a filet mignon an I am that a butcher.but I know what each one looks like. It's like they switch them around an when I ask them about it they said we was wrong. Wasn't cook right the rice was cold an after that the waitress never came back to check for refills an had to look someone to get are bill
an over price.never go back.