Love the bar atmosphere here and the couches by the windows for people watching. It seems like everyone's birthday party either begins or end here. <br> <br>I HATE the signing though. If I wanted to hear someone belt out their singing voice, I'd stay home and watch American Idol. Also the food is disgusting. Except the fries. Fries are good.
Instead of a 20-25 min. pizza, I had them make it into a sandwich. I figured it would be faster, but the sandwich ended up taking a long time! Atleast 15 min. I wasn't really counting, but my husband was ready to just get up and leave. Oh man, it was really salty and oily... I should've gone to Subway
Da Big Kahuna's has moved about 1.5 miles from it's old shack on Puuloa Rd to a strip mall at 550 Paiea St right by the airport.
<br>The pizzas are thick and, for my taste at least, perfect. They also have wonderful sandwiches - very large so I make two meals from one. Don't skip the garlic cheeseballs! May not be the healthiest things, but are so good I don't care!
<br>Seating is limited, though larger than the old place. Lots of parking though - and the place is air conditioned which is really nice on those summer days. The old place wasn't.
Fantastic pizza, sandwiches and garlic cheeseballs
No longer in it's old shack location on Puuloa St - it has moved to a strip mall on Paiea St near the airport (only about 1.5 miles from old location). Lots of parking now and it has air conditioning and a little more seating too.\r <br>\r <br>While it isn't really a hole-in-the-wall place now, they've done a fine job decorating the inside to give a nice local feel.\r <br>\r <br>While pizza is, like all food, a matter of personal preference, I found it to be the best pizza I've ever had in the past half century! Don't miss the cheeseballs - if you are a new visitor, ask if they still offer a free order to new customers.\r <br>\r <br>This is one of three places I always take visitors and which they always want to go back to. The others are Matsumoto's Shave Ice on the North Shore and Duke's restaurant on Waikiki Beach.
this joint is a local hole in the wall 5 minutes away from the airport. great customer service and most importantly excellent food. theyve got mondo sandwiches and have apparently sold over 6 million doughy breadballs of cheesy garlicky deliciousness. the pizzas are piled with ingredients and you cant go wrong with their sumo special with unique toppings like portugese sausage and kalua pork. theyve shakes and desserts for those with a sweet tooth so make sure you save some room. 5 star highly recommended.
great food! the garlic cheeseballs are amazing! they are good with marinara(you gotta ask for it). The pizzas are decent size and are delicious. I haven't had any of the sandwiches, but I have been told they are made to impress as well. service is slow and sometimes non responsive, but it has gotten better since they moved by the airport building. nice atmosphere, but sometimes really busy. if you are in a rush, simply call ahead and let em know what time you need it at. they have always had it waiting, still piping hot and delicious. good parking at their new location.
SLOW and POOR service. Airport location with many business customers. We were told 15-minutes for Pizza which ends up being 20-25 minutes and no time to eat because we have to go back to work.\r <br>A sandwich took almost 30 minutes. 3 customers waiting in line. They take too many phone orders and can't help the walk-in customers. CALL 1-HOUR BEFORE TO ORDER and maybe you'll have 5 minutes to swallow the food and run back to work! The employee didn't seem to care that the service was slow even though she told some customers that the order was on RUSH ? Once they got your $$$ you have no choice but to wait...! Similar rating found at their Salt Lake City Utah Location.