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Beautifully prepared fresh fish in a tropical setting that makes you forget that it’s in a strip center. Live entertainment with a hula dancer. Perfect service. Very nice garnished and sauces with the fish. Enjoyed the entire experience
Food was good. For a high priced restaurant, the service was underwhelming. Server didn’t answer questions about the menu. She wanted to wait to answer for the whole table. Really? Too hard to just answer a question. She was rude and disinterested in our party....More
We stopped here during happy hour after a day at the beach. Their regular dining room does not open until 4:45 PM, but their bar and grill casual seating area is open all afternoon. We were very tempted to wait the extra half an hour...More
Always good food here with live music and hula last evening. Happy hour from 3-5, busy but worth the wait. Might get there early. Save your receipt for a free appetizer or Hula pie (the best) on your next visit.Seating in the bar area in...More
My wife and I enjoyed our dinner at Keoki’s Paradise on Tuesday, July 31st. My wife had the fish of the day (marlin) and I had the coconut shrimp. Both were very good. Our drinks and service were also very good. Keoki’s is not as...More
Aside from the great service one receives, the food is pretty good for a franchise restaurant.During the dinner hour, there is nice Hawaiian background music to seranade you while you eat. There is a variety of local, fresh fish to choose from and other Asian...More
Good location, situated adjacent to other eats and souvenir shops. Live music at dinner time. Friendly staff and family friendly. Food options diverse tastes with western and Asian influences. Pick of the menu would be catch of the day fish which is cooked 5 different...More
We were excited to try this place becuase its sister resteraunt Leilanis in Maui is our favorite, but we were pretty disappointed. It took us about 30 min just to get our drinks from the bar, and about 50 min total to get our food....More
We ate there on our last day in Kauai and wanted to have a nice lunch which we did at Keoki's paradise. The setting is reminiscent of what one would think of when you think of Hawaii (palm trees, waterpond, tiki bar, lush gardens) even...More
When we were there last month they were just finishing up a stage area by the bar, moving the music area could open a small area for dancing but I'd check with them. I'll bet that after a few mai tai's dancing would be ok.