Used to be Huli Sue's. Still just as good. Convenient parking. Just east of Waimea town. Cool building with single layer construction. Real local vibe with excellent food. Great lunch stop.
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Chicagoans are hard to please about meat and restaurants in general--this place is worth every penny. The meat sampler platter and tuna tacos were fantastic and were our favorite offerings. The price isn't even as much as the average hotel-associated restaurant. There is a lot...More
The restaurant is definitely one of the best in the wide vicinity. When we visited the staff were extremely friendly and just super sweet. Their menu is a bit all over the place, ranging from briskets over burgers to Hawaiian specials like poke, but their...More
Good local beer selection, nice variety of food, helpful staff. Online site said they close by 8 and we thought we were cutting it close but they stayed open, even after we left.
This restaurant was recommended by a local. The wait staff was harried and not very welcoming. The gumbo was more chili than gumbo and too spicy for my husband to finish. And he likes spicy! I had fish and chips. The fish was ok but...More
Staff are super friendly. Have high chairs which is always a bonus when you are travelling with a little one. Beef dip is to die for. Amazing! To dip in French onion soup is mind blowing! They sell a rub and barbecue sauce which we...More
I got the recommendation from our horseback riding guide to check this place out for lunch. I'm so glad my family and I did! It's country themed which reminded me of home. They had great BBQ food and great service. The food was southern style...More
We stopped for lunch at this cute place while exploring the area. The menu has something for everyone. We ordered 3 brisket French dips, a Rueben with fries, chicken wings and a piece of chocolate cake. The French dip was probably the best French dip...More