The surroundings are an integral part of the dining experience at this tiny lunchtime cafe, part of an art museum nestled on the slopes of Tantalus amid carefully cultivated Asian gardens, with a breathtaking view of Diamond Head and priceless contemporary artwork displayed indoors and out. The menu is limited to lunchtime fare such as sandwiches, soups, salads, and appetizers, but you won't leave disappointed. Try the day's crostini; hummus and pita; lentil burger; fresh-fish specials; or shrimp, roasted shallot, and tarragon salad. Crown your meal with flourless chocolate cake or fresh, local-made gelato.
- © Frommer's 2013
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This used to be a house. Small exhibits. Beautiful grounds. Use the bug spray provided at the desk!,
- posted on 05.10.12
- by PattyPaints
- Recommended 2010