After photos, music, and a trip around to see the local Hawaii artisans–seating, appetizers, dinner & cocktails resume. Seating is family style (shared) tables in true aloha spirit, with “ali’i” seating in the first 2 to 3 rows nearest the stage. I, SB, highly recommend spending a few extra shekles for the best view of the stage.
My, SB’s crew raves about the food here with pupus, salads, poke, fresh fish, kalua pork, grilled chicken & marinated beef (a local favorite), dessert, local beer from Kona Brewing Co., wine, cocktails, coffee, tea & soda.
The highlight of this Polynesian luau is Hawaiian songs of Kauai with dances from Tahiti, Samoa, New Zealand and fire knife dancing. Urahutia Productions is a family affair with director & choreographer Mi Nei Oliver Martin’s entire Ohana (family) in the show. Mi Nei has 27 1st place awards in Tahitian dance and is the only american with this honor.
Monday & Thursday (Saturday during summer and winter holidays)
5:30 Check-In, cocktails & pupu, pre-show entertainment
6:15 Dinner Buffet
7:15 Polynesian Revue
Sheraton Kauai Resort, Poipu Beach (Southside)
Pupus: Crispy Hawaii Potato Chips, Sesame Garlic Edamame, Hawaiian Chili Pepper Beef Pipi Kaula Salad, Roasted Hawaiian Purple Potatoes
From Kauai’s Garden: Kilauea Island Greens, Cucumber Salad, Vegetable Crudite, Local Style Potato Macaroni Salad, Ahi Poke, Ginger Tofu Poke, Lomi Lomi Salmon Salad
Traditional Entrees: Kauai ‘s Fresh I’a (Fish), Sundried tomato caper butter, Kalua Pig with Cabbage, Grilled Marinated I’o (Beef)- (Ginger shoyu grilled sirloin), Huli Huli Moa (Rotisserie Chicken) – (Local style marinated & grilled bone-less chicken), Island Vegetable Chow Mein Noodles, Steamed Sticky Rice, Taro Rolls
Ali’i Seating (Premier) Pupus: Also include Taro Chips, Sliced Pineapple & Banana Bread
PLENTY OF TIME:
To enjoy a few mai tais, ono grinds and experience Polynesia.