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About Kahunaville Restaurant @ Treasure Island
Kahunaville Restaurant is a Hawaiian themed restaurant found inside the Treasure Island hotel. It does serve breakfast but the real fun comes at the late lunch and dinner meals with live entertainment and flair bartenders. Start your meal out with a Kalua pork slider or some Tahitian coconut shrimp. Watch the show as you dine on Lanai chicken pasta, Pina Colada chicken or Macadamia crusted Mahi Mahi. Mainland specialties at Kahunaville include steak and grilled shrimp or chicken parmesan. There are several house specials such as the Kon Tiki coconut shrimp, Miso salmon and the Makai crab cakes. Don't forget to leave room for one of Kahunaville's desserts. Try the popular Stairway to Heaven, which is composed of Belgian waffles that have been covered with rich custard and sprinkled with a cinnamon-sugar-panko mixture before being flash fried. It is served with vanilla ice cream, caramel and whipped cream.
Las Vegas, NV 89109-8916
American, Fusion / Eclectic, Hawaii Regional Cuisine
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Daily: 7:00am - 11:00am.
Lunch: Daily: 11:00am - 4:00pm.
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 4:00pm - 11:00pm.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Nightly entertainment includes Flair Bartender Showcases, live DJ and an indoor water show.
From the TI guest parking garage, take the elevator to the Resort's main level (3rd floor). Kahunaville is located directly across from Starbucks and the Mystere Theater.
Private Party Facilities:
Kahunaville specializes in casual meeting groups, corporate functions and celebratory events. Whether you prefer the outdoor splendor of our Poolside Lanai or the dynamic vibe of our Party Bar, Kahunaville offers just the right ambiance for various group sizes and occasions. Our Indoor & outdoor space is fully customizable for parties of 15 to 1500 guests. Private and semi-private options available. Contact our Special Events Department for more info: firstname.lastname@example.org or 702-894-7395.
Private Party Contact:
Kara McMenamin: (702) 894-7395
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Dancing, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room
Kahunaville Restaurant @ Treasure Island Ratings and Reviews
Very casual dining.
We chose to eat here because of the convenience when going to see Mystere at Treasure Island.
Considering it was in a casual setting, the prices were still on the high side.
Service was good, food was so so.
If I had to choose again, I would have gone elsewhere.
I realize this is a bar first above being a restaurant, but I have to say that the general service of this place was blassé. Plastic glasses...eww. Our server was mediocre at best. We had to ask repeatedly for items, we got the wrong drink and the food was just OK.
The only reason we chose this place was that it was close to our show venue. Im sorry to say, we will not be back. You can definitely tell this is a place for drunkards and not families looking for a decent dinner.
We were a little disappointed that they were out of several items including items that 2 of our 4 were planning on having. The waiter was friendly but he was overwhelmed due to a shortage of staff. My food was good as well as my stepsons. My wife and stepdaughter were not impressed and did not care for their entries. We were there for the Mystere show. Our show started at 9:00 so we made reservations for 7:00. This venue is next door to a busy show with thousands of patrons. I don't understand how they could be out of many items and understaffed at a busy time of day. We wont recommend this to our friends and we wont be coming back.
We ordered virgin Pina Coladas that tasted very artificial. The coconut shrimp was excellent and so was the jasmine rice. The teriyaki beef tasted like brisket drizzled in teriyaki sauce. It was not marinated and not very good. The service was good but we were disappointed with most of the food.
Really great fries. Got in before a show and the end of the show we did see looked like something you would see in Hawaii. Bbq was good, reminded me of Kansas City / St Louis style more then Hawaiian. I would loved to have seen Kailua pig or something on the menu. The service was ok but nothing super awesome. They didn't have a problem with me bringing my 4 year old.
The service was responsive and friendly. When our meals came they looked beautiful and we actually took a picture, which I have not done before with a meal. The entre, salads, and drinks were all delicious. The ambience was just ok. We sat near the entrance so it was noisy and looked out into the mall area. I would return. Wish it had more of a tropical vibe since that is what it promoted.
Food tasted fresher than the run if the mill corporate restaurant. Two minor dings, a little dark in terms of lighting and our server (who was great when we could flag him down) seemed spread a little thin and always zipping around. Oh, and the amount of food is quite a lot!
We went there for a bachelorette party and it was very boring. I booked online and mentioned as a special request we were coming for a party. Food was average and there was no entertainment. It says on the website that there is loads going on but that's no the case!
The place is a dive! Thought I was going to experience fun kitchy Vegas dining. Instead, the food was poor quality, the ambience was a bit dated/rundown, and the drinks were severely watered down. The service was great! Probably because there weren't many others there to wait on. I wouldn't recommend this place, nor, would I ever go back.
The Dinner / and breakfast was great ! the ambiance was fun the only thing that disappointed me was that the service was slow it took a while both times to get someone to wait on us and we had to flag our waitress to request refills because she wasn't very attentive .
Although I did enjoy my crab cake sandwich, my husband's Mahi was just OK. He had more rice to fill the plate than anything else. The Pineapple upside down cake was good, although it was just a warm cake with a peice of pineapple on top, also topped with ice cream. There was really nothing "special" about it, just OK.
I really wanted to love this place, but I think the only reason it stays open is because it's next to Cirque du Soleil. That, and the drinks. The drinks were actually really yummy, but the food was mediocre at best. Just not worth the money. The shrimp was overcooked, the steak was tough, and mashed potatos luke warm.
I will say that the service was good, and we went to the oxygen bar after, which was fabulous. Everything about this place was great aside from the food, which is unfortunately the important part.
Well the food was actually better than the reviews say that the service was horrible. The baldheaded manager came by and in a disinterested way asked how we were doing the waitress never brought the Tabasco sauce or the wine. The hostess came through and backed her up. Definitely pass on this place
We went there Sunday night for my birthday, there were 24 of us. All kind of ages ranging from 4-60 years old. The waitress we had was serving us by herself.. But she did an amazing job! Even with how many of us there was, the food came out quickly and RIGHT! The atmosphere was great! At the end when dessert came out she even sang "Happy Birthday" with us. Would def RECCOMMEND and go back!! 😊👍👍👍
This restaurant had good options at different price levels so that you didn't feel you had to spend a lot of money to get a good meal. The miso salmon and ahi tuna dishes were both amazing. The photographer was random, but I could see how some people might want pictures during their stay.
Pros: The waitress was nice. We were seated quickly downstairs in the room with the stage show. The decor is nice and tropical.
Con's: My mango strawberry margarita tasted like sour limes and shaved ice. It was very weak and sour. The food took a long time to come out and it was a huge disappointment when it finally arrived. We started with buffalo wings, then had a Loco Moco burger and a Caesar salad. The wings were soggy, not crispy. They were not very flavorful at all, and there were 3 wilted celery sticks served with them.
The burger, the gravy, and the overall Loco Moco was so darn plain! We tried adding salt and pepper, but it still was just so plain and unseasoned. The Caesar salad was just ok. Nothing special. I didn't finish it because it was so bland.
The show with the warriors and dancers and a bad Elvis impersonator was about to start. The whole dining area could hear yelling "Anyone? Anyone? I need a warrior for this next show. Go teach him some moves real fast." Then we hear a female voice respond "ok I just need to put on my lipstick then I'll take him out real fast". 10 minutes later the most unreasonably loud, obnoxious, and embarrassing show unfolded before my eyes. My ears were hurting. There were 2 warriors jumping around like buffoons, and a few dancer girls who definitely didn't know anything about island dances. Elvis came out and everything got even worse. Bad singing voice, bad acting, bad impersonator. Horrible show. Even my son was happy when we left, because he was not liking his food or the show or the extreme loudness of the show. Our waitress was yelling but we still couldn't hear her. We went up front to pay our bill and exit quickly. We will never go back.
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