- Decorated with Asian antiques, lacquered baskets, Japanese screens and Chinese paintings, this restaurant is a work of art. They also have a small private Chinese style dining room and a wedding chamber converted into a tiny lounge. Another Japanese style private area is used as a conference room. The unique ambience should be a strong clue about the food here. Chef Michael Fennelly has created a delicious fusion of the East and the Southwest. Typical Big Island cuisine with an Asian mix is what it's all about. Innovative dishes like the Coconut & Lentil-crusted Baked Ono and the specialty Kaikodo New Wave Pork Laulau seem to keep pulling in a steady stream of diners.
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This restaurant went out of business years ago and is currently being used by a candidate for election who looks like sharing the fate of the facility..!!
- posted on 06.04.12
- by arno1
Has a great menu and a cool tea room with a very nice bar and great atmosphere. Will be missed as there appetizing food with a mix of great cocktails is hard to find in Hilo Try Hilo...
- posted on 05.30.12
- by Lopaka S
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- 60 Keawe Street
- Kaupulehu, HI 96720
- Lunch: 11a-2:30p M-Sa, Brunch: 10:30a-2:30p Su, Dinner: 5p-9:30p Su-Th, 5p-10p F-Sa, Bar: all day till closing time, Happy Hour: 4p-6p M-Su