This restaurant hidden in a small corner in the middle of nowhere. Great poke bowl and delicious cheesecake desserts. Friendly staff in a small cozy setting.
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Who would have thought that in the heart of the Rocky Mountains you could find Hawaiian food?! There are so many great options to chose from. The menu is relatively small, but you will not be disappointed with anything you pick! I always go for...More
The Northshore Shrimp and Valcano fries with any topper are amazing! Every dish I've tried is really good. Bubble teas are so good and what a variety. Or, come up with your own flavor blend. Blueberry/lavender is good but the coconut/lime is my favorite. Family...More
Who would have thought - Hawaiian food in small town Colorado. Sorta like Asian but with definite differences like multiple kinds of Poke on the menu. The food was good, made to order so crispy things were crispy. The people behind the counter where you...More
We have eaten here several times. Yesterday, we stopped just for a snack - a spam musubi. Glad we did! This is a seaweed wrapped rice sandwich - filled with a slice of grilled spam. I hear it is very popular in Hawaii - and...More
We really enjoyed our visit. The food was unique and new to our area. The owners were a great wealth of knowledge of the Hawaiian culture and food which made the experience a lot of fun. We will defininitely return.
Loved this place with outdoor picnic tables. Try the glazed sweet shrimp. Soo good. Also tried teriyaki chicken. Sticky rice and seaweed salad were also so fresh and well prepared. Steady stream of carry out customers craving a bit of Hawaiian fresh and tasty food....More
Came here after being totally frustrated in Glenwood Springs trying to find parking and this was on the way back home to Breckenridge. Rated #1 on Trip Advisor and we were curious to see why and how a Hawaiian restaurant ended up in Gypsum! We...More
This little Grill is family owned and operative by native Hawaiians. They have wonderful food in a somewhat hidden location. It is just off of I-70 and Route 6 in Gypsum, Colorado, but it is worth the stop or seeking them out if you are...More