Find out what Cafe restaurants to try in Pahala. Pahala (Hawaiian: Pāhala) is a census-designated place (CDP) in Hawaii County, Hawaii, United States. The population was 1,356 at the 2010 census.
4 based on 582 reviews
CafÃ© Ono is a vibrant, ecologically sound, dining experience in an old Hawaiian garden estate. We feature: â¢Hearty soupsâ¢Fresh organic saladsâ¢Savory sandwichesâ¢High teaâ¢Gourmet dessertsâ¢Locally grown coffee & teaCatering is available. We can also host you
Cafe Ono is located near the Volcano. It is a charming small resturant and gallery. The grounds are lovely! Service was good. Limited but interesting menu. I had the lasagna which came with soup and salad. Husband has the chili. Both were tasty. After eating , browsed the lovely gallery which has a variety of lovely things. This was a treat! Definitly worth the visit
3 based on 1197 reviews
Bigger than it looks from the outside, itâs nice that there are several options for meals when visiting Volcano National Park. This place is outside the park, but only a short drive away and your park entrance is good for ins and outs. Standard American fare on the menu. The service was ok, the meals took a little longer than expected and came out in groups, and it was as-expected quality. A decent option if youâre already in the area. We had a late lunch on a weekday.
5 based on 12 reviews
Yes, this is really a food truck, the kind you usually see in urban areas. It sets up three days a week on the lawn of the local church. Parking is easy and the woman who runs it is affable and attentive. Our lattes were superb. By all means, stop if you catch them on a working day.
We chose this quaint, rustic cabin in the rain forest near South Point and Green Sands Beach for a fun, unique experience. How fun to be able to take a semi-outdoor shower, hear the Coqui frogs, birds and other wildlife, and to wake up in nature. We were looking forward to purchasing fresh fruit and other items at the little store on the property that we had read so much about. We couldn't wait to meet James and Deanne, as we, too, have a large family. When we arrived, Colleen, an on-site manager ?, warmly greeted us, and told us that our room was ready. She is such a nice person, and a very hard worker. She showed us all around, apologized for the construction and the mud, and told us all about the property. Our room was a cute little cabin (#3) with cute palm trees painted on the walls, and a huge bed. The only bathroom was also very cute, but there are gaps in some of the boards where a person outside could look in if they wanted to. The shower curtain was moldy, and needs replacing and a thorough frequent cleaning. There is a cute open kitchen right next to the bathroom/shower area, which has a microwave, coffee pot, pots, pans, refrigerator, utensils, plates, etc. However, it looks a bit dingy. We were offered good coffee with creamer and sweetener and wonderful fruit for breakfast. The property, unfortunately, doesn't look like the pictures online. They are undergoing some sort of construction right in front of the cabins, which is an eyesore at this point. We heard that they are planning to add an additional bathroom, which will greatly improve the awkwardness of "having to go" when someone is in the bathroom taking a shower or using the toilet. We are not certain of the plan for the large plywood deck out front of the kitchen, though the bench on the road side is quite creative. Across the vast green lawn in front of the cabins there are several big muddy ruts from the construction vehicles. The parking lot is a bit of a distance from the cabins, so we had to walk through wet grass and mud with our luggage to get to our room and each time we went out to explore. Part of this is due to the huge amount of rain which has fallen recently in the area. No precautions were made to protect the grass or to mitigate the mud. We were disappointed that we didn't get to meet James or Deanne at all. Part of the wonderful airbnb experience is getting to meet the hosts, whom we have read so much about in their reviews. The potential for this location to be a quaint restful oasis again is still here, but at this point we did not feel rested when we left.
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