Phk Limited Partnership

★★★★☆
  • 2000 Plantation Club Dr

    Lahaina, HI 96761

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  • 808-669-6299

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Mon. - Sun. 8am - 3pm

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My wife and I celebrated our 45th anniversary at the Plantation House. It was everything that we expected; we were warmly greeted by name, enjoyed great service and great food. When you combine that with the spectacular view of the golf course and the sunset reflecting in my wifes happy face - it was worth every cent.
Our waiter was very helpful, and he presented us with a signed card from the staff, congratulating us, very nice touch.
Thanks to the chef and staff for making our special evening such a pleasant experience.
We highly recommend this place and plan on returning.

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★★★★☆

My wife and I celebrated our 45th anniversary at the Plantation House. It was everything that we expected; we were warmly greeted by name, enjoyed great service and great food. When you combine that with the spectacular view of the golf course and the sunset reflecting in my wifes happy face - it was worth every cent.
Our waiter was very helpful, and he presented us with a signed card from the staff, congratulating us, very nice touch.
Thanks to the chef and staff for making our special evening such a pleasant experience.
We highly recommend this place and plan on returning.

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The food was great. The view was better - overlooking the golf course. Definitely a recommended stop if you are in Maui!

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★★★★☆

The food was great. The view was better - overlooking the golf course. Definitely a recommended stop if you are in Maui!

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There is no better way to start your day than with a delicious breakfast and an extraordinary view. Your table looks out across the golf course to the ocean and Moloka'i in the distance. Just as incredible are the reasonable prices ($11-$12 per person) for breakfast. They have several types of benedicts to fit your fancy. Portions were great, prices reasonable and view, spectacular. I highly recommend if dinner here is not in your budget, go for breakfast!

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★★★★☆

There is no better way to start your day than with a delicious breakfast and an extraordinary view. Your table looks out across the golf course to the ocean and Moloka'i in the distance. Just as incredible are the reasonable prices ($11-$12 per person) for breakfast. They have several types of benedicts to fit your fancy. Portions were great, prices reasonable and view, spectacular. I highly recommend if dinner here is not in your budget, go for breakfast!

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We have had breakfast, lunch and dinner here at the Plantation House at Kapalua and have never been disappointed. The views of the golf course with the ocean and Molokai in the background are uncomparable. Good menu selection along with daily specials. They have a kids menu too. A little pricey, though you could say that about most of Hawaii, all in all well worth it.

4
★★★★☆

We have had breakfast, lunch and dinner here at the Plantation House at Kapalua and have never been disappointed. The views of the golf course with the ocean and Molokai in the background are uncomparable. Good menu selection along with daily specials. They have a kids menu too. A little pricey, though you could say that about most of Hawaii, all in all well worth it.

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OMG! My husband and I had our 22 year anniversary dinner at the Plantation House in Kapalua, Maui. The restaurant sits on top of the Kapalua Plantation golf course(one of my husbands favorites) and over looks the magnificent ocean. You see the rolling greens the the blue ocean. We were seated just before sunset. We took our time talking, laughing and enjoying every minute of the sun setting. Our food was to die for. From the crab cakes for appetizers to a salad and I had a special local fish entree. We also share dessert. It is a bit expensive but worth every penny. Make sure you ask for a balcony table facing the ocean. We are going back in Sept again and I can't wait. Oh the staff was superb! Decor soft tropical colors, creating a casually-elegant dining environment.

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★★★★★

OMG! My husband and I had our 22 year anniversary dinner at the Plantation House in Kapalua, Maui. The restaurant sits on top of the Kapalua Plantation golf course(one of my husbands favorites) and over looks the magnificent ocean. You see the rolling greens the the blue ocean. We were seated just before sunset. We took our time talking, laughing and enjoying every minute of the sun setting. Our food was to die for. From the crab cakes for appetizers to a salad and I had a special local fish entree. We also share dessert. It is a bit expensive but worth every penny. Make sure you ask for a balcony table facing the ocean. We are going back in Sept again and I can't wait. Oh the staff was superb! Decor soft tropical colors, creating a casually-elegant dining environment.

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Read some of the bad reviews, but my husband and I enjoyed the lunch we had there. Our waitress was flaky, but she recommended the tuna melt to me, and I loved it. We both thought that it was a great value for lunch with such a great view. If you're expecting to be bowled over, you won't be, but if you want a sandwhich with a great view of the ocean and gold course, you can't beat this place.

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★★★☆☆

Read some of the bad reviews, but my husband and I enjoyed the lunch we had there. Our waitress was flaky, but she recommended the tuna melt to me, and I loved it. We both thought that it was a great value for lunch with such a great view. If you're expecting to be bowled over, you won't be, but if you want a sandwhich with a great view of the ocean and gold course, you can't beat this place.

Pros: Ahi tuna melt

Cons: Parking was difficult

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My new bride insisted we go to the Plantation House for a post-wedding celebration dinner since she had had a good experience there years ago. Unfortunately, I got the feeling that the chef or whoever oversees the kitchen either doesn't care, has gotten lazy or has been given pressure by new, corporate owners to cut cost wherever possible. The scallops in the appetizer were badly overcooked. My steak was cooked to the requested temperature, but it was a sad, dry little fillet. I realize that a restaurant in the middle of the ocean may have to get beef from far away, but, if it is possible to get fresh Sushi from around the globe, then certainly getting quality beef is possible. If it isn't possible, they shouldn't serve it -- or at least shouldn't charge nearly twice what a decent steak at a great restaurant on the mainland would charge for it. Frankly, the beef they served me was unfit for anything but Sizzler. By the time dessert menu came around, I asked about the "chocolate sauce" on one of the selections and joked that, based on the quality of the food up to that point, it was probably Hershey's syrup. I was appalled, but not entirely surprised, to find out I was right. What self-respecting chef would allow Hershey's syrup in his kitchen -- even for use in great Maui coffee? I don't know if there was an actual business decision to leverage the good reputation of the restaurant to make it in to a complete tourist trap, but it appears to me this is exactly what has happened. I realize most people don't know the difference between excellent food and garbage (or else places like Outback or Olive Garden couldn't thrive) and that a nice view is all they need to be happy. I do know the difference. I'm fat and broke for a reason. When I pay fine dining prices for a meal, I expect the quality of the food to reflect the cost or at least to come somewhere close. In this case, the Plantation House wasn't even in the ballpark. And that makes me really mad.

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★☆☆☆☆

My new bride insisted we go to the Plantation House for a post-wedding celebration dinner since she had had a good experience there years ago. Unfortunately, I got the feeling that the chef or whoever oversees the kitchen either doesn't care, has gotten lazy or has been given pressure by new, corporate owners to cut cost wherever possible. The scallops in the appetizer were badly overcooked. My steak was cooked to the requested temperature, but it was a sad, dry little fillet. I realize that a restaurant in the middle of the ocean may have to get beef from far away, but, if it is possible to get fresh Sushi from around the globe, then certainly getting quality beef is possible. If it isn't possible, they shouldn't serve it -- or at least shouldn't charge nearly twice what a decent steak at a great restaurant on the mainland would charge for it. Frankly, the beef they served me was unfit for anything but Sizzler. By the time dessert menu came around, I asked about the "chocolate sauce" on one of the selections and joked that, based on the quality of the food up to that point, it was probably Hershey's syrup. I was appalled, but not entirely surprised, to find out I was right. What self-respecting chef would allow Hershey's syrup in his kitchen -- even for use in great Maui coffee? I don't know if there was an actual business decision to leverage the good reputation of the restaurant to make it in to a complete tourist trap, but it appears to me this is exactly what has happened. I realize most people don't know the difference between excellent food and garbage (or else places like Outback or Olive Garden couldn't thrive) and that a nice view is all they need to be happy. I do know the difference. I'm fat and broke for a reason. When I pay fine dining prices for a meal, I expect the quality of the food to reflect the cost or at least to come somewhere close. In this case, the Plantation House wasn't even in the ballpark. And that makes me really mad.

Pros: Beautiful view of ocean and world class golf course

Cons: Pay for fine dining, but get much, much less

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On the show Chef Alex prepared "A Taste of the Rich Forest", one of five fish preps. You can have breakfast or lunch from 8-3. Dinner starts @ 5:30. My favorite is a late breakfast of "Crabcakes Benecict". ($9.00) Bargain. Dinner Entrees are in the $16-$24 range. Way reasonable when you're perched high on a hill in the Plantation Course Clubhouse overlooking the Pacific and Molokai. During the season opening Mercedes Championship they're usually closed so Alex can feed the golfers. You can see Kelsey Grammars new house from the dining room.

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★★★★★

On the show Chef Alex prepared "A Taste of the Rich Forest", one of five fish preps. You can have breakfast or lunch from 8-3. Dinner starts @ 5:30. My favorite is a late breakfast of "Crabcakes Benecict". ($9.00) Bargain. Dinner Entrees are in the $16-$24 range. Way reasonable when you're perched high on a hill in the Plantation Course Clubhouse overlooking the Pacific and Molokai. During the season opening Mercedes Championship they're usually closed so Alex can feed the golfers. You can see Kelsey Grammars new house from the dining room.

 

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