Located at the back of Queen's Marketplace, Thai Charley's Cuisine was excellently priced for a touristy restaurant. The food was average, but the noodles were a bit dry. Overall, a good place to eat.
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Charley's is a small, quaint restaurant. The facility is clean. The service is good. The food was fresh and tasty. It can be quite expensive to eat in the Waikoloa area, but this place was more reasonably priced. My teenage daughters had never tried Thai...More
Odd mix of flavors in every entree. Food was spicy as ordered, but other flavors were just not up to par. Would not visit again. Restaurant is overly loud which is odd since it is a small place. Pork and chicken entrees had lots of...More
We decided to try Thai food for something different. The waitress took a good amount of time explaining the menu and answering our questions about the food. I decided on the green curry medium spice and DW got the beef teriyaki. The curry was excellent...More
First dinner on the Big Island and it was good at Charlie's. Fresh and plenty of selections. Good service as well.
We have eaten at Thai Charley's several times over the last couple of years and find the food to be good and always consistent. A favorite in the Queen's Marketplace.
My sister and I found this restaurant at our resort back in 2015 and we knew on our cousins get away we definitely wanted to share this spot with the family. Dinner was fantastic and I definitely recommend anyone visiting the Waikoloa Resort on the...More
We rolled down the Saddle Road (the improvements to which make it much less of a challenge than it used to be) and entertained thoughts of lunch at Roy Yamaguchi's place in the King's Shops at Waikoloa. Roy's was closed for lunch. Disappointed, we drove...More
We wanted to get lunch and were in the Village shopping area and happened upon this restaurant. It turned out to be a delicious place for lunch. The service was good and we were able to have a pretty quick lunch.
Not bad food in a kind of smelly place. But the food is genuine Thai, variations of sea food with veggies in a soy sauce. Rice in abundance, Kona beer to refresh. Good price, reasonable, what can you expect more?