Dinner was enjoyable - food delicious. Calamari was especially good. The Punjabi was good, although a bit spicy. Service equally good.
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I travel to Battle Creek several times a year, and always choose to treat my team to dinner at Malia. The service is good, the small menu has some amazing options. As you would expect in an upscale restaurant, the speed of your food being...More
My spinach artichoke bisque was satisfying. My steak salad was delicious! My husband got Fish and Chips and said that he enjoyed it.
One if not the best restaurants in Aiken! Vibrant downtown area. The menu selections are carried, never the Same on return trips.
Extraordinary might be an understatement when it comes to Malia’s Restaurant. My wife and I arrived in Aiken around noon for an overnight visit and were directed to Malia’s for lunch by our hotel concierge. Totally impressed by our luncheon visit, we reserved a table...More
So, I really don't like to write bad reviews especially about places others seem to like. But, Malia's gave such repeatedly poor performaces by 3 staff, I'd be remiss not to. To begin, the woman that greeted me only said, "Are there more of you?"...More
Many locals consider Malia's to be the best and I think so too. A great bartender and nice menu choices that are well prepared and presented. My only complaint is that it can be noisy inside when crowded so I prefer the back patio which,...More
This is one of those days when I went to Malia's twice. I luncheoned there and had a great turkey panini with brie and pepper jelly. And the soup, well, Malia's is known for its soup. It was a wonderful cauliflower soup, which I highly...More