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Restaurants on Kauai are EXPENSIVE. We’re talking often 15-18 bucks for a chicken sandwich, and $30-40 for an entree at a decent restaurant.

With that in mind, here are a few of our favorites, some on the high side, some actually reasonable, in alphabetical order.

Beach House
Poipu
http://www.the-beach-house.com
We didn’t visit The Beach House restaurant this trip (which is also hear in the western section of Poipu), but it was very good, though a bit expensive, when we visited here before. It also has really romantic water views.

Eastshore Cafe
Kapa’a
In the storefront that used to host DaKine Hot Dogs, you’ll now find a cute little place called the Eastshore Cafe. It’s in the heart of Kapa’a, with a bit of an ocean view out the back. There’s live music in the evenings, and we had a charming waitress who was new to the island the week before, and who reminded me of Kirsten Bell. The food here is burgers and fries and sandwichs, and a little pricey, but the food is good.

Ilima Terrace
Poipu
http://kauai.hyatt.com/en/hotel/dining/IlimaTerrace.html
Ilima Terrace is a beautiful restaurant on a terrace at the Grand Hyatt, looking out over Shipwreck Beach. Ilima Terrace offers a great buffet breakfast, and the perfect island atmosphere to relax over breakfast. The Grand Hyatt has one of the most fantastic pools we’ve ever seen – it wanders in and around the huge grounds, under bridges, past sandy beaches, and is enjoyable just to walk through – and it’s a part of your view at the Ilima Terrace.

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