Re: Kona Cafe for Dinner?
I am a big fan of the Kona, and it is a regular stop for our trips . . . never for breakfast; always for dinner.
They have been very consistent with their fish dishes, often a nut crusted mahi. They typically have a roasted meat choice like roasted chicken which is very good and safe for folks who may not want to try new flavors. (I see from allears.net that the roasted chx is gone, replaced by a prime rib.)
Although the menu changes, we have found the quality to be solid every time.
The Kona certainly saved us on a trip with extended family. Let's just say we let them stand in the 90 minute line for Dumbo while we relaxed in A/C with a refreshing concoction served in a hollowed-out pineapple.
The key to Kona, though, is the desserts. They switch up about once a year, and we are never disappointed. They are usually great for chocolate lovers - particularly their chocolate lava cake (or whatever the current variation might be). Makes some folks want to skip dinner altogether and go straight to dessert! About 10 years ago, they used to seat you by taking you past the pastry chef's counter where they make the different chocolate desserts, if only to tempt you.
I think you'll have a great time! Because it is largely off the radar, you should be able to have a relaxing dinner party without feeling rushed or cramped in!
Please post a restaurant review afterward!
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