The Seaview Terrace offers Hawaiian entertainment with amazing views, cocktails, and appetizers from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. So along about 6:30 p.m. we made our way over there, found an outside table, ordered cocktails and appetizers.
Rich had the Tai Chi Mai Tai, and I had the Kauai Red Dirt Margarita. Along with these yummy drinks, we ordered the Pupu Sampler Platter for 2: coconut chicken with Thai chili aioli., kalbi beef with with pesto aioli, and poke rolls with macadamia nuts and nori wasabi lime dip.
The appetizers were delicious and this was the first time we had seen coconut chicken. Usually it’s coconut shrimp and being allergic to shellfish, Rich can’t eat it. So he was happy to be able to sample a similar dish but with chicken.
The view was amazing.
On our way out, we snapped a picture of the entertainer. Funny how we were so reminded of the times we used to sit in the lounge at the Poly at WDW and listen to that Hawaiian entertainer.
And on another note, whenever we chatted with the locals about coming in from Las Vegas, they said, “Ah, yes, the 9th island.” There is such a large Hawaiian population in Las Vegas that it’s called the 9th island. Lucky for us we get to eat at the many Hawaiian barbecue joints nearby – who knew mac n cheese with a scoop of rice could be so delicious – Hawaiian style is fabulous!