It’s a favorite with Kama aina and visitors alike. We sailed in just before the place closed and were graciously seated. We know exactly what we wanted - Saimin for him, and a breakfast of fish and eggs over easy for me. The soup was...More
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Stopped here for dinner after reading several reviews and glad we did! When we heard the locals like to come here we figured it was good. Their menu is very large, with many good looking options. We both had catch of the day (moon fish)...More
We were told this is the spot that locals go so we had to try it out. The food was good and not over priced . My fav was the garlic mashed potatoes, I love the raw garlic taste.
We go to the Big Island Grill every time we are in Hawaii, which is usually once a year. They serve fabulous teriyaki steak, and Kahlúa pig with cabbage, and quite honestly everything is good, but those are our favorites. Their macaroni potato salad is...More
We have been eating here on visits to Kona, for at least 10 years. It has been consistently good food. It seems very well run, super clean with a great wait staff. It is always crowded and seems to be popular with the local folks....More
I had the fish and chips, they were good. My wife had the Korean chicken wings, good as well. We had to wait a bit for a table, looks like a popular spot for locals.
Ya know, it's not glamorous, but it's always there when you need it. And, if it wasn't housed in a former IHOP, or something like that, it would probably get a lot more respect. But maybe that's okay, because as a fish lover, I can...More
Good food at a reasonable price- but quality is marginal. If you want a large portion of average food- this place is for you.