The menu is totally different than posted on open table and we went elsewhere. No Maui onion soup, no coconut shrimp, no teriyaki chicken. Hopefully they update the menu soon to reflect what they actually serve.
Disappointing. We went for the Sunday brunch at the Tiki Terrace. The Fodor’s Travel Maui guide gave it high marks, but the food, though extensive, was just average. The prime rib was good, but the stir-fried chicken was dry as jerky. The staff were indifferent, as if they all knew we weren’t guests at the hotel and didn’t need to be attentive, let alone friendly. The waiter, after pouring my coffee, stepped over to say a word to a guest he knew at another table, then came back and poured my wife’s coffee. We had to valet park the car at a cost of $14, and when we picked up the car to leave, the valet didn’t even look at me as he took the $5 tip I offered, just said a perfunctory “have a nice day.” I violated my personal rule not to dine at a hotel unless we were staying there, and I confirmed that it’s s good one.
Service sow and food mediocre
After arriving about 20 minutes early for my reservation I had no hope of getting seated early since there were so many people waiting for a seat already. After about a half hour wait I was finally seated by a no personality hostess. We didn't allow her to ruin out night and after getting to our table our waiter was friendly and courteous. All the for stars are for him and the food and one is deducted for the hostesses. Yes there was more than one and they still had a hard time seating people even with ample table being available. The food was perfect! We both had fish. It was fresh and full of flavor. Pricing was medium and I look forward to eating there again soon.
It was Valentine’s Day
A great weekend to spend a Sunday morning. Old school Sunday brunch. Island style. Wonderfully large array of choice. Warm Hawaiian hospitality and service.
Any dining at the Tiki Terrace is special. There are so many different choices of food to fit even the most picky eater. We enjoy dining at the Tiki Terrace when we visit twice a year. In the summer our whole family enjoys the food there also. Also as an added feature, you have Hawaiian entertainment which is fantastic.
A little pricey but the food was quite good. Sunday brunch was very enjoyable with live local music.
It was a wonderful meal. Great service, great energy.
Food & service was very good. I would recommend & come back again.
Enjoyed the overall experience... food was good but was better last time we went... service was excellent!
Old world vintage Hawaiian dining experience . Our meals were mediocre at best. Crab cakes appetizer was delicious but the shrimp linguine I had was bland & not appealing at all. Had literally 5 bites then traded with my husband who ordered the chicken parmigiana sandwich--AWFUL. We should know better then to order Italian dishes at a Hawaiian restaurant. When my husband (who eats everything & isn't one bit picky) doesn't complete a meal you know it's bad. My daughters's burger was fairly tasty--guess you can't mess that up too much. Bottom line, out of 10 days of Maui dining 1 poor meal isn't a bad record. However, we won't be returning to Tiki Terrace that's for sure. The live Hawaiian Music was the only saving grace. My husband & daughter shared a sweet dance to Iz's "Over the Rainbow" which brought tears to my eyes so in my mind the evening will be memorable. I'd recommend sticking with cocktails & apps & come for the vintage Hawaiian music . Aloha🌺.
My daughter ordered the Native Hawaiian and found it wonderful and thought it was very well prepared and delicious. The Chocolate Lava Flow souffle was also fabulous.
Does not live up to hype as best brunch on the island. Pretty dumpy actually. Buffet food was bland and cold.
Fun, outdoor under canopy, Hawaiian restaurant. Dinner and free luau. Food was really good but pricey. Dessert was amazing. There's also a really cool Tiki Bar if you just want to go to the free luau without having to have a full meal. Fun place.