Item description for Kauai Restaurants And Dining With Princeville And Poipu Beach by Dave Lower Robert Carpenter...
A comprehensive guide to the "special" restaurants and dining spots on the island of Kauai covering all tastes and styles with priced menu samples included for budgeting.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.4" Width: 5.5" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Feb 15, 2008
Publisher Holiday Publishing Inc.
ISBN 1931752370 ISBN13 9781931752374
Availability 77 units. Availability accurate as of May 28, 2017 01:00.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Kauai Restaurants And Dining With Princeville And Poipu Beach?
Great Guide for Kaua'i Restaurants Sep 2, 2008
This book was incredibly useful during my trip to Kaua'i. I thought the reviews were spot on and I was thankful to have a book I was confident would lead me in the right direction - especially since meals are so expensive in Kaua'i. I thought the organization could have been better. Restaurants are listed alphabetically rather than by region. There is a list of restaurants by region in the back but I think it would be better organized by region initially. Nevertheless, this is a must have for your trip.
Handy Reference Guide Jul 11, 2008
This guide came in very handy when my family (mom, dad, sons 7 & 11) went to Kauai this summer. We found a number of good places to eat that we never would have found on our own. It would help if the authors noted if the restaurants had children's menus - that is a deciding factor for us when dining out, especially in an expensive location like Hawaii. I would definitely recommend this guide.
Kauai Restaurants and Dining with Princeville and Poipu Beach Apr 4, 2008
My husband and I were in Kauai in 1988. We have been back MANY times to the other islands but not Kauai. I enjoyed reading this book because it told of a few restaurants that were still around and informed us of a few we would like to try on one of our next visits. I found this book to be "top notch" and very thoroughly researched.....it sure makes our decisions alot easier. The authors are to be highly commended. This book is as good as their others!
The best guide to authentic ethnic dining experiences in Kauai Mar 11, 2008
I think its time for Bob and Cindy Carpenter to broaden their horizons and set out across the world to create more restaurant guide series! This little treasure, Kauai Restaurants and Dining is a pocket book that is a must for anyone traveling to or thinking of traveling the Hawaiian Islands and or to Kauai. Packed with information such as: Diverse Island Cuisines, Regional Dining, Watering Holes, Hawaii Food & Culture Glossary the guide is as easy to read as it is helpful. Looking for the beachfront bistro, excellent views, leisurely dining or Island Icon, its all in this little gem of a foodie guide. If you think Hawaiian Cusine is just about bananas, coconuts and the Luaus think again. First, Cindy and Bob educate the reader about the rich diverse ethnic cusines that make the island of Kauai a "food lovers" destination. Next in a brilliant and easy format the restaurant collection includes everything from hours, style, dress, phone numbers, prices and more to a menu sampler and their own impressions. When in Rome do as the Romans do...when in Kauai check out the wonderful diverse ethnic cuisines with the help of this Restaurant Guide book.
This was a fabulous book, and well worth the price! Mar 10, 2008
I am one of those people who does NOT live to eat, so I am anything but knowledgeable about food and restaurants. My top picks are often hamburgers and French fries, or pizza. When contemplating my first trip to Hawaii, I definitely needed help with where and what I was going to eat, in what I consider a foreign land. The last thing I wanted to do was to sign up for a guided tour, but with this book, I feel that I can survive on my own.
Since fine dining is not one of my priorities, I appreciated the numerous places, in the book, that offer very reasonable prices, and casual dress. The "Getting Around" section offers great tips in navigating this foreign land, and the "Quirks & Caveats" and "Cuisines" sections clarify the choices I will be faced with when I land on the island.
Each individual review gives all the necessary details such as hours, location, phone number, web site, as well as sample menu items, and prices. Finally, the authors' comments on "impressions" described the intangible issues of ambiance like the type of view I will enjoy with the meal, to help me make my choice.
After finishing the book, I can't wait to get to Kauai!!