Sophisticated and mouth-watering Hawaiian cuisine as well as delicacies from around the world bear name to the hallmarks of Kilauea Lodge’s restaurant.
The fine dining offerings on their menu is fabulously varied, exciting and multi-faceted as the Hawaiian Islands themselves. Indeed, your discerning palate will be deliciously satisfied with a culinary journey that is unlike any other.
Located in the quiet Volcano Village, a mile from Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, home of Hawaii’s active volcano Kilauea, Kilauea Lodge and Restaurant is a well-known spot to spend quality time. Sitting on 5 acres of gardens, gazebos and a native forest, Kilauea Lodge offers miles of scenic paths and trails overlook beautiful landscape.
Such stunning vistas and both hot and cold lava make touring the park an experience to remember; added to the unforgettable experience that you’ll have at their well respected eatery. The restaurant here has made its name having constantly provided sophisticated and mouth-watering Hawaiian and international choices.
What To Expect
This hotel itself is reminiscent of that nostalgic, home-style living-warm and quiet. The restaurant itself shares this same personality, featuring a large fireplace and exquisite local art.
Indeed, from the lush green forest and colorful fauna to the beautiful historic setting, you’ll have a relaxing time here with an experience that all travelers would relish.
A great meeting place, the magnificent fireplace welcomes all visitors to relax, and have a cheerful conversation with friends and family in an atmosphere that is warm and inviting while having delicious choices.
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Kilauea Lodge Restaurant offers some of the finest dining in Hawaii. With a great wine list, as well as varied menu and specials, it’s always difficult to choose:
Breakfast & Brunch: The Lodge Sunday Brunch is time for you to indulge in savory dishes while enjoying the upbeat nature of Hawaiian Sunday mornings.
Sunday brunch is a popular tradition with Hawaiian locals and Kilauea caters to this custom. Popular choices include Corned Beef Hash and Eggs, Volcano Loco Moco, and the Chief Ranger.
Lunch: Lunch is time to enjoy healthy choices to keep you going for the rest of the day. At Kilauea, you’ll find lunch choices including special salads such as Caesar, Curried Chicken, Nicoise, and Cobb.
A favorite here is their Mini Burgers combo which is prepared from antelope, buffalo and beef meat.
Dinner: This is the reason most people visit Kilauea, as master chef Albert Jeyte shares carefully prepared dishes that expose strong continental flavors with a slight touch of local tastes. Choices that you many encounter include several types of soups and salads as well as European favorites including antelope, duck and sizzling fish.
One particularly popular choice is the glazed Duck L’Orange along with the Cajun style Ahi (tuna prepared extremely rare in cajun spices). It promises to be a delight. The Paupiettes of Beef along with escargots in succulent sauce as an appetizer is also highly recommended.
On a final note, if you’re planning a romantic dinner, then this may just be the best place for an evening in a wonderful ambiance along with amiable service.
House Specials: Of course, there are those choices that with their careful infusion of herbs and spices while prepared with the highest level of culinary skills simply blow customers away. Kilauea refers to such as their House Specials. As an appetizer, the Volcano Loco is a beef hamburger prepared with caramelized onions and mushrooms topped with eggs.
How about the Steam Vent, which is made from corned beef hash and served with fried potatoes? The names alone should spur your curiosity, which certainly deserves the satisfaction.
Hawaii is about adventure. Think about it, after a fabulous day of hiking National Park trails, having great food afterwards is sure to beat anything else.
How about sitting around the fireplace and enjoying some family time or chat with friends while being served tasty Hawaiian fare? You’ll be hard pressed to find a better place to do this in Hawaii.
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