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The Guadalajara Grill is a food truck in the shopping area of the Polynesian Cultural Center. They have typical Mexican food. We enjoyed the carnitas and the cheese quesadilla with beans and rice. I liked the lilikoi soda I had. We were served by a...very cheerful lady who seemed to be taking orders, cooking and serving the food. Kudos to her! There is ample parking in the large lot for the shopping area and the Cultural Center. No alcohol is served here because the Mormon church has a big presence in the town.More
Based on the overall rating for this “restaurant” and because it was close to our condo, we chose to go there. It was typical fast-food Mexican served from a food truck and was quite disappointing. We sat and ate at a nearby group of tables...with live entertainment which was nice. The food truck worker brought our food to us at the tables which was helpful.More
Grabbed lunch from this food truck at the Hukilau marketplace before visiting the Polynesian Cultural Center. Ordered chips and salsa, a chicken quesadilla, and a chicken chimichanga. The chips and salsa were good. But the chicken in the quesadilla and chimichanga was bland. The chicken...in the quesadilla was soggy so it made the tortilla soggy, not very appetizing or tasty. I found better places to get a Mexican food fix on the island.More
I was rushing for the PCC so this was the logical option after reading some reviews on TA. I had the soft corn tacos with carnitas. The tacos weren’t flavourful ( could be store-bought I don’t know). The pork was very salty. Portion was small...for $12. There were shrimp shacks and Macs near PCC which I regret not going for.More
The fish taco was delicious, and the service was great. The price was reasonable. It is in the Hukilau Marketplace, and was a convenient place to eat before we started our visit to the Polynesian Cultural Center.