Started by the Perry family as part of their farm, this is a favorite spot for local celebrations, close to the University. A grand buffet, it includes the range of food encountered at any picnic or potluck: Hawaiian, Chinese, Japanese, 'Island,' plus a carvery with prime rib, roasted pig, roast beef and turkey. A great place to try Hawaiian food. This is heaven for dessert or salad freaks. Dinner hour has Hawaiian music. Bar features a lethal Planter's Punch. Lunch is $14.95 and dinner is $24.95. There is a Saturday seafood lunch at $21.95 and a Sunday Brunch at $24.95.
Favorite Dish: KALAUA PORK (locally, 'kalua pig')
My friend Don, and I at The Willows..
This sure was a fantastic experience!
Not only was Don a great tour guide..and showed me all the wonderful places around his home, he also showed me many good places to eat..
'The Willows' has to be very high on the list. This place is set in a fabulous garden, with waterfalls, fishponds, and beautiful tropical greenery. I have never seen anything like it. ---- Another favorite was the 'Dixie Grill', it had indoor/outdoor eating areas, a fantastic atmosphere, and the service was absolutely 'Tops'
Both were Special Events,
The atmospher and company were absolutely 'The Best' ;-)
Favorite Dish: At 'The Willows' it was buffet style, a huge assortment of Hawaiian foods, as well as others. I tried a little bit of everything here, and if I had to choose one, it would be the Roast Pork. I also enjoyed the desserts, one of which was 'Haupia' a very tasty dessert, made from coconut milk. Try it ;-)) On the other hand, I have to say No to poi ;-)
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