Built to resemble a dockside boathouse, this active, boisterous place fills up quickly at night thanks to a busy bar and frequent live music. Seafood appetizers span the tide from sashimi to Thai shrimp sticks, crab cakes, and potstickers. The day's fresh catch is available in various styles and sauces, along with scallops, seafood risotto, and lobster. The imu-roasted pork ribs are popular, as is the prime rib. The ice cream and Oreo cookie hula pie is a classic, but the chocolate crème brûlée should not be overlooked. There's a gluten-free menu, and lighter fare at the bar. The keiki menu includes tropical drinks.
Jun 15, 2010
We were also pleasantly surprised at how good the food was for such a "touristy" restuarant. We were there in September 09 and enjoyed not only the lovely tropical surroundings but really good seafood. Tends to draw families so if you don't like to dine with kids around, might not be the place for you.
Nov 19, 2009
The early bird specials are outstanding: hors d'oeuvre, main meal and desert for $20. If you add 3 tastings of wine, add another $10. Food is fresh and very well prepared. The crab cakes remind me of the ones I had in Maryland. Petit filet mignon and all types of fish, with a choice of preparations, are high on my list of offerings here.
Jan 27, 2008
We were plesantly surprised by the food here. I had a lovely mahi and my fiance enjoyed his ono. The fish was cooked perfectly. We also enjoyed the ceasar salad that was served prior to our main dish.