Service is courteous and attentive. Food is good, although it didn’t stand out. We came here because it was cheaper than the Volcano House. Not many parking spots available but there are lots of tables in the restaurant.
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Basic breakfasts are offered and are average. Reasonable prices. Service was good. Staff was very friendly.
Good food, good service, and very reasonable prices! We were happy this place exists after checking the few other options around the park!
ordered the pulled pork, with real mashed potatoes, frozen mixed veggies, and a couple of dinner rolls (heavy oat, and taro sweet bread), with either a salad or soup of the day. Today's soup was portugese bean soup. Pork and potatoes were very good, tasty...More
We loved this place - live music, tasty classic sandwiches and rice plates, delicious smoothies and milk shakes, and yummy homemade desserts. Definitely worth the stop!
Our family unfortunately chose to eat here - $8 for a not quite cooked small baked potato was possibly the best of what we chose.....and the room smelled badly. waitress was friendly.
We enjoyed our dinner. I had the ABC burger (avocado, bacon, cheddar) which was done to perfection, made with local ingredients. Hubby had the ginger terriaki mahimahi with the Portuguese bean soup. All delicious!
Nothing fancy here. We had breakfast here while in Volcano. Only a few tables were occupied. Waitress was attentive and food was okay. Loved hearing the staff in the kitchen laughing and singing. It seems that they enjoy their job and each other.