Bamboo Restaurant


Akoni Pule Hwy at Hwy 270
Hawi, HI 96719

Phone: 808-889-5555

Map / Directions Map / Directions

Hours:
Tue-Sat 11:30am-2:30pm, 6pm-8pm; Sun 11:30am-2:30pm

Dining Options:
Disabled Accessible, Family Friendly, Live Music, Non-Smoking

Cuisine:
Hawaiian, Regional

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10BEST Says

Homestyle, Breakfast/Brunch, Hawaiian, Brunch: Take a step back in time and experience Big Island living the way it was before modern resorts and development took over. Once a hotel and later a grocery, the building that houses this popular restaurant (which dates from 1911) has been almost completely restored to its original state and features a green saloon-like facade, bamboo and koa wood accents, and hardwood flooring. Brunch is not to be missed, and house specialties include poached eggs with lilikoi hollandaise sauce and Mamona Paloa Toast, a cinnamon-dusted island version of French toast. A gallery inside the restaurant showcases local art, especially woodworking.

Regional: Take a step back in time and experience Big Island living the way it was before modern resorts and development took over. Once a hotel and later a grocery, the building that houses this popular restaurant (which dates from 1911) has been almost completely restored to its original state and features a green saloon-like facade, bamboo and koa wood accents, and hardwood flooring. Featured dishes include Hawaii Thai or macadamia nut-crusted maki, sesame-nori crusted tiger prawns, and smoked Kalua pork and cabbage. A gallery inside the restaurant showcases local art, especially woodworking. The seafood is locally caught and as fresh as can be.


Insider Tips

Local Expert Says:

Homestyle, Breakfast/Brunch, Hawaiian: "Brunch here shouldn't be missed."

Regional: "Go for brunch or dinner."

Best for Homestyle Because: The ambiance here exudes local home style from generations ago.

Best for Regional, Hawaiian Because: The ambiance here exudes local home style decor from generations ago, and it serves local food.

10Best List photo 10BEST says

Homestyle, Breakfast/Brunch, Hawaiian, Brunch: Take a step back in time and experience Big Island living the way it was before modern resorts and development took over. Once a hotel and later a grocery, the building that houses this popular restaurant (which dates from 1911) has been almost completely restored to its original state and features a green saloon-like facade, bamboo and koa wood accents, and hardwood flooring. Brunch is not to be missed, and house specialties include poached eggs with lilikoi hollandaise sauce and Mamona Paloa Toast, a cinnamon-dusted island version of French toast. A gallery inside the restaurant showcases local art, especially woodworking.

Regional: Take a step back in time and experience Big Island living the way it was before modern resorts and development took over. Once a hotel and later a grocery, the building that houses this popular restaurant (which dates from 1911) has been almost completely restored to its original state and features a green saloon-like facade, bamboo and koa wood accents, and hardwood flooring. Featured dishes include Hawaii Thai or macadamia nut-crusted maki, sesame-nori crusted tiger prawns, and smoked Kalua pork and cabbage. A gallery inside the restaurant showcases local art, especially woodworking. The seafood is locally caught and as fresh as can be.

10Best List photo Insider Tips

Local Expert Anjali Mansukhani Says:

Homestyle, Breakfast/Brunch, Hawaiian: "Brunch here shouldn't be missed."

Regional: "Go for brunch or dinner."

Best for Homestyle Because: The ambiance here exudes local home style from generations ago.

Best for Regional, Hawaiian Because: The ambiance here exudes local home style decor from generations ago, and it serves local food.

Dinner Menu

Pupus
Starter Salads
Entree Salads
Mauka Entrees
Makai Entrees
More Seafood
"Da Local Style"

Brunch Menu

For Breakfast
Pupus and Salads
Entrees
Sandwiches

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