Eating House 1849 Koloa
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Hawaiian inspired food, upscale restaurant. Reservations recommended.
Great food and location. Local ingredients Sunset view from back of the restaurant
The Eating House 1849 pays homage to Hawaii’s vibrant culinary heritage, a nod to restaurateurs like Peter Fernandez who, the story goes, opened one of the first restaurants in Hawaii, called the Eating House, back in the mid-1800s, using what was available from local farmers, ranchers, foragers and…
Located in the Kukui'Ula shopping center at the traffic circle here in Poipu Beach. Owned by Roy Yamaguchi, who started Roys Restaurants, this is one of the best restaurants on the south shore. Many different small plates to choose from. It is expensive but well worth it for a splurge night.
“every luau is different and what is a trip to hawaii without a luau? hawaiian culture is fasinating with its simplistic beautiful grace and vibrant energy.”
“Nice place to watch the Sunset. Small beach, Spouting Horn, Shops of Kukuiula have nice shops and restaurants. Favorite sunset & happy hour is at The Beach House Restaurant. ”
“Shipwrecks Beach is a long stretch of golden sand on the eastern end of Poipu fronting the Grand Hyatt resort. During most of the year, the waters are best for advanced surfers due to a short shore-break. This is a great beach, however, to walk along, wade a little, sunbathe or hook up with a spectacular shoreline trail that goes east for a couple of miles. The trail leads along the ocean side of Poipu Bay Golf Course. Facilities available but no lifeguard.”
“Best hot dogs on the planet “No lie — these hot dogs are good enough on their own to warrant a trip to the island of Kauai. They’re truly Hawaiian style hot dogs, complete with tropical relishes...a surf board for a menu, and the best lemonade you’ve ever had. Careful, if you eat there once, you’ll be eating there for lunch the rest of your visit! — Real Travel Magazine”