Good american cuisine, nothing more! We had the seared Ahi and the Prime Rib. We europeans are not used to drown the fish in sauce, taste was Ok. Prime Rib was excellent! American lodge flair and good service!
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The food was delicious and the service was impeccable. I normally shun hotel food. I'm very glad I didn't. I had the antelope medallions and a pureed cream of rice soup with carrots and local peppers (just a taste of spicy). The antelope was cooked...More
The lodge is beautiful. The grounds, birds, and frog sounds are lovely. Room was nice, cozy but only a double bed and very small shower for the high room rate. Very convenient location to the part.
We went to Kilauea Lodge & Restaurant for dinner and breakfast, enjoyed both in a cosy atmosphere with friendly and helpful staff. Breakfast had the regular options, nothing noteworthy. Dinner menu had some surprising options. I did not expect to see antelope on the menu...More
Thank you, mahalo, for your Review. aloha Lorna
Our tour guide built up the restaurant. Sadly everything from the service to stale bread, dry chicken, mush dessert were a disappointment. Maybe because we were a tour our service was downgraded and the waitress was on a set tip. Just guessing. It did appear...More
Aloha "Disappointed" I can imagine how let down you must have felt after Jim raved about our restaurant. Sounds like your table was ignored compared to another Kailani table. Without more information, I can't determine how that could have happened. I can honestly say our...More
Ate here for my wife's 60th on the final leg of a 7 week vacation.Very impressed with food quality,service and attention to detail.Some very different dishes on the menu.I had antelope schnitzel!!!' Very well prepared and presented.Cost was not an issue tonight,but I felt we...More
The food is good...the service is excellent. It is a nice place that offers a variety of fresh food. Kind of pricy for the amount of food but good enough for a light lunch.
Mahalo for your Review. aloha Lorna
we stopped to have breakfast (and more importantly use the facilities), the staff was attentive and kind, the food was good, looked like a nice oldfashioned place to stay near the National Park.
"Nice old Fashioned Place" is on purpose to give it the look of days gone by in the Volcano area. Somehow "modern" doesn't seem to fit for me in the forest and history of Volcano. We call the look "A Sense of Place." aloha lorna