Dinner and a Show, Aloha!
When Brothers Bob and Jack Thornton opened the restaurant back in 1956, the probably would have never imagined that it would still be around and going strong.
Originally it would accommodate 150 and now its seats more than 700. Their main attraction, Polynesian Islander Revue, is a live performance where the essence of Polynesia comes alive. The show is inspired by owner and show choreographer Mireille Thornton from her visits to the island of Polynesia. You can enjoy cultural dances and spirited Tahitian drums.
The menu is South Pacific inspired, although many dishes have Cantonese influence.
Menu Highlights include:
Hawaiian Fried Rice, Maine Lobster Bora Bora, Fresh Fish from their Wood-Burning Grill and prime meats from their Chinese Oven to name a few.
A must try are their tiki-cocktails like the Tahitian Paradise and Maui Sunrise. The also have lovely grounds to stroll around after dinner that offer a great photo opportunity.
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