Find out what Contemporary restaurants to try in Koloa. Step off the beaten path to Koloa, a community steeped history. Hike, bike or drive the Koloa Heritage Trail to experience such sites as the spectacular Spouting Horn geyser, the ancient walled temple of Kihahouna Heiau, the archaeological sites at Keoneloa Bay, the Puuwanawana Volcanic Cone from which Kauai was born and the Sugar Monument, celebrating the sweet history of sugar production in Hawaii. If history isn't your thing, Poipu Beach and the Kiahuna Golf Club are nearby for your pleasure.
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4 based on 273 reviews
The Lanai restaurant and bar is a spot for friends and family to enjoy great drinks, even better food, and the best of company while reveling in the spectacular setting that is the island of Kauai. Open-aired, The Lanai combines an enchanting dining exper
We had the burger which is incredible! We've been eating seafood every day and we needed something else and this was it! Also had the shrimp and pork belly appetizer and lastly the cheesecake desert. Also, the mixed drinks were great. We will come back and try more of the menu. Prices are fair and our server Kaya was the best.Mahalo for the 5-star review! We will share your awesome comments with our service and culinary team. We can't wait for you to come back and experience a few more of our tasty menu items!
4 based on 1845 reviews
Red Saltâs diverse menu by acclaimed Executive Chef and Kauai native Noelani Planas celebrates fresh Hawaiian seafood and produce in a casual, yet sophisticated seaside atmosphere. Modern dinner cuisine including vanilla bean-seared mahi, ahi tartare, and
Dropped in around 9 AM on a week day and were seated after about a 15 minute wait. We had been walking for a couple of hours and the complementary mini muffins served as a appetizer were great. We tried the blueberry french toast which was nice, and the eggs Benedict, which were done in a local flavor style that included fried potatoes. Both dishes were fine, but I though a more classic version of the Benedict would have been better.
4 based on 2256 reviews
Embrace the tempting combination of contemporary Hawaiian cuisine served in a unique Hawaiian setting. Thatched-roof bungalows float above a koi-filled lagoon at the base of a waterfall to create romantic ambiance. Inspired by local ingredients and the ri
We were very disappointed with our meal last night, though service by Wilma was very good. The compressed watermelon salad as a starter was quite good, so things started off well. However, when it came to what should have been their best showing, the fish entrees were disappointing. My husband had the Opah. He described it as âadequateâ but said the fish was not the star of the show as it should have been. I had the Macadamia nut topped Mahi-mahi. It was over cooked to the point of being dry and lacked any macadamia nut flavor. To be fair, they offered to remake it or provided something else, but by that time by husband would have finished his meal. The manager also came over to apologize. We were very surprised when the check came, that they took off the bottle of wine we had, which was about twice the price of the fish entree, so they really did try to make it right in every way possible. They also gave us a complimentary dessert as we were celebrating a special occasionâa baked Hawaiian, made with coconut and passion fruit ice cream. Too sweet for me, but my husband really enjoyed the combination of flavors. We have been to Kauai many times and dined here every trip, so we were very disappointed that the quality of the food and preparation has declined. It is a spectacular setting and the service was very good, however.
4 based on 5425 reviews
On the sand at Kalapaki Beach, Dukeâs is dedicated to legendary surfer Duke Kahanamoku, Hawaiiâs Ambassador of Aloha. The restaurantâs open-air design offers stunning, sweeping ocean views while the 30 foot waterfall plunges into a koi pond below that mea
When we landed in Kauai, HI a week ago to celebrate my birthday weekend, the missus was on the lookout for a nice place to have a celebratory lunch. We're so glad that she decided on the original Duke's (first of its name, literally!) because the place was all about embracing the Aloha spirit, and tasting the real Hawaii!Location (10/10):We used Google Maps to get here from the airport, but it took us to the Marriott entrance instead. The kind valet there informed us that we could use the free parking and take the short down hill path to our destination. En route we passed by Duke's cheerful and helpful valet who pointed us in the right direction. When we arrived at the beachfront entrance, we were blown away by the beautiful view of the blue ocean and the green hilly coast! Service (15/10): We received jovial Alohas from the staff and, though the tables with the best view were taken, were promptly escorted to a table which had a lovely view. Jake L served us for the remainder of the afternoon, and what a delight it was to converse with him! When we were struggling with narrowing down on drinks and food to order from a menu filled with yummy offerings, Jake came to our rescue and recommended the most delicious items. He was also my wife's partner-in-crime when it came to surprising me with a huge complimentary Hula Pie as a birthday treat (the same way I had surprised my wife during her birthday dinner at Duke's Waikiki 3 years ago - what goes around, comes around!). Jake and the valet (my bad that I forgot the nice chap's name) enthusiastically shared helpful tidbits for our camping plan at the remote Polihale State, and pointed us to Ishihara Market for shopping local (where we found some really yummy poke). Mahalo, folks! Food and drinks (12/10):Everything that we drank and ate was yummilicious, I kid you not! The lip-smacking drinks that we ordered were La Pina (Fresh pineapple, coconut cream and hana bay gold rum with a dark rum float served in a locally grown pineapple) and, on Jake's recommendation, Kalapaki Mai Tai (Koloa spice, coconut and dark rums, fresh squeezed passion and pineapple juices). The pupus (appetizers) of Crispy Coconut Shrimp and Macadamia Nut Crab Wontons with plum sauce were both scrumptious. We decided to share the delicious entrÃ©e - Fresh fish of the day, and Jake kindly split it for us. The complimentary Hula Pie was rich, creamy, chocolaty, and might I add overwhelming! This is the only item that we couldn't finish and had to take to-go! To summarize, of the three Duke's that we've been to so far (Oahu, Seattle and Kauai), this one takes the top spot hands down. True that the visit left us with a decent dent on the bank balance, but the entire experience (not to mention how it got our trip off to a fantastic start) was totally worth it!
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