If you live in the Salt Lake Moanalua area and looking for a place to watch football or any sport for that matter check out this place. It's a simple unpretentious place to just hang and watch the game. Located at the beginning of Moanalua Valley it's actually a "club" open to outsiders. The place has a lot of history being the first golf course built in Hawaii plus check this out. Amelia Earhardt actually landed her plane on this course.
The service has always been great. Yesterday was my third time in a year that I have been there. Kerry the waitress is awesome. She is funny, cute, sweet and quick. She shared some taegu with us that she had bought on her own that was really ono especially with the beer. They sell pitchers of beer at a reasonable price. I think the pitcher of Coors light was $6.50. #nice.
Let's talk food. We ordered from the appetizer menu. I love tofu. It's the whole tub cut up served on a bed of lettuce with all the toppings that I like on the side. Green onion, ginger, sesame oil and shoyu. Simple yes but delish.
We also ordered grilled steak with mushroom and onions, edamame, and chicken wings. All were delicious and served promptly.
So if you live nearby and want to watch football(yep it's that time again) in an friendly
not crowded simple kind of place with your friends try this place out. The beer is cold and the pupu is ono. I wish they had poke or sashimi available then that would change my rating to 5 stars.
Good place to drink and eat. Great service and prices are reasonable. Pitchers and beer are cheap. I think this would be a great place to pregame before going out with enough food and drinks to fuel the night. I ordered the Roast pork which comes with soup or salad. It was delicious and left satisfied.
I came here for lunch with a friend to watch the pro bowl on Sunday, and come here occasionally for sporting events because it's close to home, not too crowded, and the service is friendly and prompt.
I had the roast pork...pork was a little dry, the gravy was probably powdered, but it wasn't bad, I would say average, nothing to write home about. It got crowded around 11:30 and I could hear a lot of microwaves going off in the kitchen. Overall the food is about on par with what you get at any golf club, and the place is a good spot for watching the game, low-key. The patrons are all nice and mostly regulars, I will definitely be back again come football season.
This place is meh. I was not impressed. However, I will say I only tried this place once and I only tried one meal. I will try this place for drinks and football so look forward to a forthcoming updated review!
My daughter and I showed up around 8:30 on a Sunday morning. Three large parties were just finishing up and we were the only people there. I ordered a pretty basic meal- fried rice with egg. The fried rice was boring. I love friend rice when it is nice and hearty and flavored with the meat it is cooked with. Well, the fried rice on this day was not impressive in any way. The waitress was not very attentive as my cup of water was empty for a while. She seemed busy filling cup up for golf club members who stopped by (which I totally get).
Overall: Ambiance- there is none. Food- a tad below average. Service- not much of it.
Yummy breakfast! Fast and friendly service!
When I moved to the Moanalua area, I desperately searched for a good place to eat breakfast. My friend suggested I try out this golf club. Since you don't have to be a member, so I drove right to it!
I've only been here for breakfast so that is the only thing I can comment on. They have the usual items, fried rice, eggs, corn beef hash, loco moco, etc. All that I have tasted are great! Not too expensive either. My plate was too big for me to finish so my hubby had to help me. The servers are always friendly and my water is always filled to the top. There is also a lot of parking and a lot of seating inside. I never leave disappointed and always leave full!
I might try coming back later on in the day. I hear they have a pretty good happy hour!