This luau had the best reviews so we went for it. It's a beautiful location right on the beach and very well run and organised. You sit at your own table for your party and they bring you the food so it's a very civilised and easy experience. A set welcome cocktail on arrival and free unlimited drinks once you were seated with a drinks server and a seperate food server.
But it didn't feel like a luau... It just felt like a four course dinner, with some background music. There was no visual of the food and no story to accompany the dances- they let you know which country it represented I.e. Hawaii, New Zealand, Tahiti, Samoa. It was nice, but I didn't learn anything culturally.
The food was also aligned to each country, I didn't particularly like the food, it wasn't bad, but I didn't enjoy the flavours. If you're after a traditional luau experience, this is not for you; if you'd like a nice dinner on a beautiful beach, this was posh.
Note: It was actually fully booked online but we contacted them to go on a waitlist and we're lucky enough to get a call back and be able to attend that day so give them a try.
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