I really love the atmosphere and the food a really good, my favorite dish is the Hawaiian curry! The sushi is also very good my husband's favorite is the Salmon roll!
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What do you do when you are stuck in Rexburg, Idaho on the last day of January on a business trip? Not exactly a hotbed of activity. It was cold, snowy, and I just wanted a comforting dinner that would bring back a good memory from someplace warmer and more tropical. On my trips to Hawaii, I always seek out... More
Nice place, the food was delicious. The sushi wasn't the most exciting but the hot meals were wonderful. The portions were huge! Pleasant atmosphere.
IN a community with so little to offer for dining aside from the abundant food trucks and trailers, this is actually quite a delightful find. The sushi is wonderful! Always has been fresh and presented well. Beyond that, the menu is full of other choices where even a more picky person can find something to like. If you can't settle... More
Owner's care and get to know you - I love that about this place....food is great....presentation is greater......I'm almost solely a sushi eater here although the stir fry and curry dishes rock as well.
The food was very good and the staff was very friendly. With a kids meal soda and a 2 scoop bowl of ice cream with carmel was included. I got the house special and it filled me up. I would go again.
Pineapple Grill is something unexpected in a a small town. All of the food we tried was delicious. The service was great, he gave us a great over view of the diverse menu. I love Hawaiian food and thought it tasted like it was right off the island. This place is locally owned and a nice addition to the area.... More
I ate there on a week night, no one else there until right before I left. I had a Bento Box; the teriyaki chicken had too much grissle, rice starchy, gyoza just barely warm, tempura doughy and greasy. Just not impressed. I did enjoy the Hawaiian murals on the walls however. Probably won't go back.
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