Hawaiian restaurants in Florida
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This old-school Polynesian joint is pure kitsch – with some good food and amusing entertainment thrown in for grins. Las Vegas–style shows (additional $10.95) follow the meals, which range from Hawaiian chicken and seafood with noodles to the massive oak-roasted filet mignon Madagascar for two ($60). Don’t miss the froofy cocktails, including the potent ‘mystery drink.’
A bright and intimate spot with pomegranate barbecue, coconut almond chicken and macadamia-crusted mahimahi. Ceiling fans and a carpet designed with huge Hawaiian flowers complete the Pacific Islands decor. Try the Tonga Toast (banana-stuffed French toast dusted with powdered sugar), perfect for fueling up before jumping the monorail to Magic Kingdom.