The South Lanai is the most popular area of the restaurant which overlooks the world famous Moir Gardens and is a short walk to Poipu Beach (voted the best beach in America). From the lanai you can enjoy the 70 year old Lily Koi Ponds, magnificent cacti, 70 year old orchids, a fragrant Plumeria tree and historic Hawaiian artifacts such as the grinding stone from the original Koloa Sugar Mill. This area can accommodate up to 60 of your guests.
The West Lanai overlooks the historic Pa'u A Laka Moir Cactus Garden and the 60 year old Lily Koi Ponds. The Pa'u A Laka Garden derives its name from Laka, the ancient Hawaiian goddess of the hula. It was once one of the top ten cactus and succulent gardens in the world. Legend says a sacred hula training temple was located in the area. From your own entrance to the West Lanai, you can amble through the gardens via lava rock walkways. Some of the rock piles are exactly as the ancient Hawaiians left them. The West Lanai can accommodate up to 40 of your guests.
Our dedicated Moir Room is "the complete story of the Plantation House told in pictures". This room features Brazilian Cherry wood floors, a lava rock fireplace and original chandelier. This area can accommodate 4-18 of your guests.
The East Lanai overlooks our 70 year old Lily Koi Ponds and tranquil orchid garden. This private lanai also has its own private access to our Koi Pond Veranda for your mingling pleasure. This area can accommodate up to 22 of your guests.
Our Main Dining Room epitomizes plantation life at its best. It features exquisitely refurbished Brazilian cherry wood floors, woven bamboo tables and plantation ceiling fans that capture the tranquil island breezes in the open-air venue. This area can accommodate up to 50 of your guests.
The entire restaurant would be reserved for you and your guests alone. Start the evening off with a Cocktail Reception on our Lawn, then seat your guests in our dining area for your reception and finish the evening with dancing inside our indoor, open air dining room.