Best Hibiscus margaritas and only only $5... Chips and salsa good too... Little dark inside the only small issue.
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We enjoyed dinner here to have a quieter evening (it's in the back of this building off the main street) and enjoy some cuisine we hadn't yet experience in Hawaii (we had lots of seafood). Dinner was delicious. Service was VERY slow, which is why...More
This place was a bit hard to find and is located in the back of a wooden mall on Front St. We arrived around 4:30pm, a few customers were at the bar, one was eating. Two combo plates were ordered with some beer. When our...More
A neat little restaurant. They serve some breakfast items all day. I had the breakfast burrito and it was very good. The salsa is also very good.
Our fist visit since they relocated a few doors down. The food is outstanding, and the Margaritas aren't bad either. I had the special of the day, Chimichanga while the other folks had Burritos. The Burritos had a sauce on them that looked really good,...More
This place was recommended to us by one of the locals. The food is authentic and the service was wonderful. Get the cheese queso!! It's awesome!! We couldn't stop eating and left feeling stuft because we over-eat but it was so worth it.
I just had appetizers and a couple margaritas but had a good time! Sat at the bar. Bartender was friendly and helpful. Folks moved over without any prompting to make way for the 3 of us. Nice!
Amigo's is a quaint, local, tasty eatery. Though the place is small, it's taste is out of this world! The history of Mexico and it's people are portrayed by murals on the wall, which is amazing! The salsa bar was loved by everyone in our...More
Well, I'm not complaining, but the mexicann food here was pretty ordinary and standard stuff. Nothing extraordinary. Not sure why someone would stop in for mexican fare in Hawaii with all the local types and seafood offerings, but we did make that mistake on the...More