Hawaiian themed restaurant with a full bar. They do have a neat looking medium sized aquarium in the back of the dining room. They feature several Hawaiian appetizers and dishes. I noticed they have kids meal menus. The front entrance is a single door and level (+ curb)with the parking area, they do not have a door opener for those with limited mobility. I ordered the teriyaki chicken sandwich, which was of good quality and freshness. I found the amount of chicken on my sandwich to be on the low end for the price. The staff was friendly. Please “like” this review if it helped you in any way.
We have eaten here twice since moving to the Severance/Windsor area and will continue to go back. They are kid friendly with many options on the kid’s menu and both of my kids are happy to eat here. The lychee and ginger martinis are FANTASTIC. Both times I have ordered the mahi mahi gluten free, and my husband has sampled many of their pork dishes. We have brought our friends here to eat who used to live in Hawaii and they were ecstatic with the menu options. Service is friendly and thoughtful. Windsor needs more places like this.
Authentic Hawaiian foods right here in Colorado! I’ve missed Hawaiian food (& culture) from growing up in Hawaii. We’ve visited from Denver. First trip I had Kalua Pig which was awesome. Second trip, I had the Lau Lau which was authentic tasting & yummy as well. Also had Spam Musubi & Portuguese Musubi.....ono! If you miss Hawaiian foods like me, it’s worth the trip to Windsor.
With our favorite hawaiian restaurant closing we were having a craving and decided to give this place a try, the service an food were excellent, the spam musubi was different from what I was expecting but it was still good, the fish was also very tender and not to heavy from the batter. If you need a little piece of Hawaii I would recommend this establishment.
Definitely one of the overall best restaurants (if not the best) in Windsor. A variety of choices from traditional Japanese-inspired-Hawaiian seafood, pork, and noodle dishes to more contemporary dishes and mixed drinks. I make a point to get the Ahi Poke since I like seafood and sashimi. They’ve got a great selection of beers and cocktails like mai-tais and hurricanes (there’s a melon & pineapple colada), they sure know their pork, and if you’re in the mood for fried food they have some particularly great shrimp or chicken dishes. The owners (Head Host and Head Chef) are some of the most hospitable people I’ve met in Northern Colorado- They seem to genuinely enjoy the place they work and the people they serve. Be advised the place closes at 2 for a couple hours for a break between lunch and dinner services
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