4 based on 20 reviews
Unlikely you'll Ã©vier get there by chance, it's really off the beaten path but is really worth a visit for the homey feeling, up on the hill, in a modern house over the sea, it looks like a dream or a movie set. Female staff have consistently over the last 10 years been the sweetest and most gorgeous ladies in town, the curry is really an anecdote when you arrive so far and really feel like not moving ! Curry by the way comes in all strange renditions, all tasty and fresh. Sure I'd love it less if they had raw horse meat on the menu but it's not the case, all sweet and friendly. All considered one of my top 5 spots in the world for a meal at the price of a pair of socks. Only drawback, last order at 7 pm.
The staff at the Museum of the Japanese Emigration to Hawaii recommended us this restaurant, and we went there for lunch. We ordered Bagel set and Red Snapper set. The bagel was home-made, filled with boiled eggs, pastrami, cheese and salad and was super tasty. It came with two kinds of salad, pickles and soup. Everything was very tasty but the soup was not hot enough. They also serve Paella, Dutch Baby, Grilled Chicken/Beef, etc. The service was friendly and polite.The view from the outside deck was breath-taking, so make sure you get an outside table. We are definitely going back.
Stopped here for some coffee and ice cream. I had to order the soft cream with homemade caramel sauce. The ice cream itself was really good and I really liked the homemade caramel sauce. The coffee was decent too. Best part was the view. I love how they have outdoor seating and places to stand and enjoy the views while you eat. They do have some seating indoors too for those days when the weather isnât so great. Thereâs a small parking lot for maybe 5 cars. I canât wait to go back and try the lunch!
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