Big Island FOOD & RESTAURANTS - "Ono Kine Grinds"
In Holualoa - the charming artists' colony on the slopes of Hualalai, in the "Kona coffee belt" overlooking Kailua-Kona.
Holuakoa Cafe' - in Holualoa, has long been known to be one of the most charming places to enjoy a cup of Kona coffee (Kona Blue Sky brand) or an espresso on the Big Island. Take your coffee and pastry out into the garden area and hang out "mauka-style". The Cafe' will have their full cafe' menu (which is WONDERFUL!) after the current remodeling project is finished. An expanded full-service restaurant is in the making - Holualoa's first! Cafe' hours are presently 6:30 am to 10:03 am till renovations are finished. Closed on Sundays.
Quinn's - Across from King Kamehameha's Kona Beach Hotel in downtown Kailua-Kona, this is the place to go for good old "American" food at reasonable prices. Good fresh fish sandwiches, fried calamari, and onion rings, and their dinner entrees of fresh fish are hard to beat - they are prepared well and the fish servings are bountiful! Lunch and Dinner,
Cuz'ns Deli & Ice Cream - This place is great for grabbing a pretty good and reasonably priced deli-style sandwich (comes with plenty of good fresh veggies on it, by the way) and sitting out on their lanai, looking out over a green expanse of lawn at those beautiful waves rolling up to the sea wall. Located in the Kona Inn Shopping Village, downtown Kailua-Kona. Lunch,
Royal Jade Garden - We recommend the cheap, but good, Chinese lunch buffet here. Chicken or mahi mahi in black bean sauce is a favorite. The Crispy Chicken (whole or half) on the regular menu, is wonderful! It's conveniently located in the Lani Hau Shopping Center (where Long's Drug is) on Palani Rd. Lunch and Dinner,
Kona Mix Plate - A favorite for good local food. You really can't beat their versions of plate lunch standbys like Teriyaki Beef, Broiled Mahi Mahi, or Chicken Katsu. Their scallops are very good, too! A very plain, clean place. Get your plate to go and take it, with your ukulele, to the beach for a "beach dinner" at sunset. Their catering is a popular choice for local functions. Located in Kopiko Plaza, the shopping center just below the Lani Hau Center (where Long's Drug) is in Kailua-Kona.
Sibu's - We had an enjoyable dinner at this little Indonesian restaurant recently. It's tucked away in the Banyan Court shopping area along Alii Drive, and serves a selection of stirfrys and sate's, in addition to items like Balinese Chicken. We had the shrimp sate' dinner, and the Balinese Chicken, with the vegetable stir fry as an accompanying side dish (it's a little plain to stand alone in our opinion, but is nice and fresh). We also enjoyed the music (jazz) played that evening along with dinner. All in all a nice atmosphere, with some "outdoor" seating spilling out into the mall walkway. Lunch and Dinner,
Harbor House at Honokohau Harbor - This is just a fun place to go to have a pretty darn good fresh ahi sandwich, fries, and a schooner of Red Hook, with the fishing boats there by your side and the boat guys (or the charter captains and their clients) at the bar or in the booths next to you. A clean, cool, open air lunch spot. Casual! North of Kona on the way to the airport.
Sam Choy's - We highly recommend Sam's place in the New Industrial Area for good and hearty breakfasts and lunches. Their varied lunch salads with fresh marinated fish or shrimp are awe inspiring! A lot of local-style specials (poke, stew and rice, loco-mocos) are on the menu, too. Breakfast and Lunch (as of March,'02, Sam's is no longer serving dinner), 6am till 3pm Mon. thru Sat.; 7pm till 3pm Sundays. -
Hard Rock Cafe' - If you don't like loud music, try for one of the tables on the lanai. We like the Hard Rock's onion rings, BBQ (we think it's the best in Kona), fish and chips, and Caesar salads, but check out their seasonal menus, too. They have some very good beers on tap, too! At Coconut Grove Market Place on Alii Drive. Lunch and Dinner,
Kona Brewing Company (Brew Pub) - Not by the ocean, but a great choice for gourmet pizza and homemade brew. Kona Brewing Co.'s beers have long been some of our favorites, and now the Pub serves sandwiches and calzones in addition to their delicious, crispy crusted pizzas and salads. Deluxe root beer and sodas are available, as well. Ask about "special brews" - Konabob has raved about a stout made with Kona coffee and chocolate, and another made with fresh island ginger. Seating in or out, with a good atmosphere enhanced by Tai Lake's beautiful custom koa wood and "sea log" bar. Live music on Sundays, from 5-8pm. (Really fun!) North Kona Shopping Center, at Kuakini Hwy. and Palani (behind Zac's Photo). Lunch and Dinner,
Bangkok House - Good Thai food. In King Kamehameha Mall, the small shopping center overlooking King Kamehameha's Kona Beach Hotel. Air conditioned. Lunch specials offered. We love their coconut milk/lemongrass soup. Lunch and Dinner, 808/329-7764. to
Tres Hombres - has the best fish tacos we've had, outside Mexico. Grilled mahimahi and the "fixins" inside a flour tortilla, served with a lime-cream sauce on the side, black beans or refried beans, and rice. Really great, AND one order serves two easily! Worth a visit to this restaurant just to have this dish! (The other menus items are just "so-so", in our opinion.) Good margaritas, too. Junction of Kuakini Hwy. and Walua Rd.
Tacos El Unico - The most authentic Mexican restaurant in Kona. Sometimes we're the only ones there who speak English! In the Kona Marketplace Shopping Center (under the location of the now-closed movie theater), the family-operated restaurant serves up everything from marinated pork burritos (a favorite of a friend of ours) to chicken enchiladas (our favorite) with a selection of homemade salsas and condiments (like chopped fresh cilantro) on the side that you can help yourself to. Not really cheap - a moderate-sized enchilada plate is 7, and a side order of a rather small chile relleno is 5 - but people are certainly loving those long-craved-for Mexican flavors, so the place is enjoying a good business. There are tables in the back under umbrellas where you can enjoy your meal, or you can get your food to go and stroll across the street to eat by the ocean...
Big Island Grill - is open at the site that was previously Verna's Drive Inn on the Kuakini Highway. Family-run, good food. Fresh salads (the one topped with coconut shrimp and creamy sesame dressing is ONO!), fresh fish, steak, even duck with Ka'u orange sauce. Good breakfasts, too! Mon-Fri: Breakfast 6-10am, Lunch 11am-2pm, Dinner 5-9pm. Saturday, Lunch and Dinner only; Closed Sundays
Cassandra's Greek Taverna - Great warm pita bread w/hummus, spanokopita, dolmades...Yum! Konabob and I like to order a wide selection of appetizers here as a meal, just to enjoy all the flavors. Cassandra's has moved to the old Kona Amigos/Flashback's location upstairs and across from the Ironman starting point at the seawall on Alii Dr. Can't beat that location!!! Lunch and Dinner
Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. - This popular chain restaurant has taken over the vacated Jolly Roger location on Alii Drive. The oceanfront location is great. The food is pretty good in general, (Konabob and I like to go here for breakfast), but the service is just "ok". You can split the lunch and dinner entree's between two people. They are large, and too much for one person. (The entree' prices, which are the same at lunch as at dinner, seem high until you have discovered that the dishes can feed two.) The picnic table seating may be a little uncomfortable for some, but there is "softer seating" available for the asking. Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner,
Kona Inn - This is a good place to take visitors right from the airport for a beautiful oceanside lunch or dinner. The antique ceiling fans over the large open dining area are very unique at this historic site. (They are hooked together and run by a cable system.) Konabob and I like to get their wonderful Caesar salad with catch-of-the-day fish on top for around 13.75 at sunset-time in the casual bar half of the restaurant. Lunch and Dinner, -
Bianelli's - Pizza and pasta, eggplant parmesan...not "gourmet" exactly, but their basil shells with "pink sauce" keeps me coming back! Last time I was there I got half pink sauce and half mushroom with white wine sauce (it has a touch of nutmeg in it) on my pasta. Konabob loves their Eggplant Parmesan. Fresh organic salads, too. They have relocated from their old location at The Pines shopping center to the old Kona Ranch House location in downtown Kailua-Kona. The service is still coming together - many more tables. Hours: 10am-5pm, Mon-Fri.; 4pm-10pm Saturday; Closed Sundays. They no longer deliver.
Oodles of Noodles - A very upscale, gourmet noodle shop. "Innovative". Pricey, but they offer a kama'aina discount on Tuesdays. There are many vegan and vegetarian selections on the menu from which to choose, which is a plus to many. The service is very often frustrating, but the food is pretty good. Located in CrossRoads Shopping Center, where Safeway is. Popular for take-out, too, as they don't take reservations. Lunch and Dinner, -
Huggo's - Pretty good food, and right on the ocean. (Do not mix this restaurant up with the "On the Rocks" version next door - we do not recommend that one!!) The Cobb Salad and Fresh Roasted Turkey sandwiches are excellent at lunch. For dinner, we go here for the grilled fresh fish (and the location, of course) - but pass on the pasta! Lunch and Dinner. Dinner reservations recommended. Near the Royal Kona Resort on Alii Dr. 329-1493.
Jameson's by the Sea - A great, oceanside location, but just average food and service. Live music during dinner. Lunch and Dinner. Dinner reservations recommended - try to get a table on the terrace, if you can. Also on Alii Dr., next to Magic Sands beach. 808/329-3195.
Royal Thai - Reopened in the Keauhou Shopping Center, next to the Cinema complex, this is one of our favorite places to eat Thai food. The pineapple fried rice, the Thai duck curry, and the mint noodle dish are very good, but we've rarely been disappointed in any of their dishes. Lunch and Dinner, 808/322-8424.
There is now a Royal Thai II Go next to Sack & Save in Lani Hau Center.
Restaurant La Bourgogne - Classic French cuisine, in what might be the only spot in Kona where you can forget you're in Hawaii. On the Kuakini Highway, this is a charming spot with very few tables, so you do need to call in advance. Part of the charm is that the chef himself brings the entree's to you, and may even open your bottle of wine. Mussels, duck, locally cultivated Maine lobster and more, created with great attention to detail, fresh ingredients, and appealing presentation. Dinner, Mon. thru Sat. Reservations needed, 808/329-6711.
In Kawaihae - There are a couple of restaurants in Kawaihae, the Kona Coast's working harbor town, worth mentioning here. The views may be of the fuel depot, but the food's good and the places are charming. These places are also a lifesaver for those staying in the resort hotels up north, where there's a dearth of good restaurants on site.
Café Pesto - Good food in a classy atmosphere. We've become "hooked" on risotto because of this place. The Japanese eggplant calzone is another favorite, as are the gourmet pizzas. Good selection of wine. Located in the lower level of the (small) Kawaihae Shopping Center - you can't miss it! Lunch and Dinner, 808/882-1071.
Kawaihae Harbor Grill - An atmospheric little restaurant with great clam strips, fish, and crab cakes. We like their Island salads topped with fresh grilled fish. The lilikoi (passion fruit) cheesecake is out of this world. We also enjoy the good Hawaiian music they play here. Lunch, Dinner (5:30pm) 808/882-1368.
The Harbor Grill has added a Seafood Bar upstairs next door with "Light Dining", featuring tropical drinks in a "Tiki Lounge" atmosphere, along with pupu fare such as steamed clams, sashimi, an individual pizza of the day, a variety of fresh West Coast oysters, shrimp, and more. Open from 2:30-11:30pm daily, 808/880-9393.
North of Kona
Club Grille, Hualalai Resort - We enjoy this restaurant very much. The service and food are excellent, the ambiance romantic. A good place to celebrate a special occasion. You often can hear wonderful local music here, but if you're counting on hearing it, you should ask about it when you make your reservation to make sure it will be happening when you visit the restaurant. Lunch and Dinner. Reservations recommended, 808/325-8525. -
In Waikoloa (The King's Shops) - Take the Waikoloa gated entrance off Highway 19 on the Makai (ocean) side.
Roy's Waikoloa Bar & Grill - Roy's is a good place to celebrate an occasion (make one up!), and their menu goes from moderately priced individual pizzas to exotic entree' creations, with all the artistic presentation that implies. A very diverse menu, and happily, a very diverse crowd, too. A lot of fun, and we like the art and the open kitchen. The service just couldn't be better. We love this place. Lunch and Dinner. Reservations recommended, 808/885-4321. -
Mauna Lani Resort - Entrance accesses the Mauna Lani Hotel & Bungalows and the Orchid at Mauna Lani
Brown's Beach House, Orchid at Mauna Lani - We had a great lunch by the beach at this outdoor restaurant. Many consider this to be the most "Hawaiian-feeling" resort on the Kohala coast. Expensive. I had a very good lobster salad wrap, that also had sushi rice, cucumber, avocado and egg strips in it. Our wait person helped make it even better by putting a side dish of the salad dressing usually used for their Oriental Chicken Salad on our plate, for dipping - a worthy addition. Konabob was happy with his Asian grilled chicken sandwich that had swiss and parmesan cheeses on it and "lattice" fries on the side. Ask for (perfect) table #24, couples... Lunch is around 14-16 (without drinks) and starts at 11:30; Dinner begins at 6pm, and features a wonderful Hawaiian musical combo most nights.
At Hapuna Beach - The Big Island's biggest white sand beach
Three Frogs Cafe' - Not your average beach food stand, Three Frogs has good Mexican and Hawaiian specials, great salads, and smoothies. The Hawaiian-style salad has generous portions of spiced grilled chicken, macadamia nuts, and marinated pineapple nestled amidst the lettuce. Average price for entrees is around 7.50. Really nice to have them there! Lunch only.
In Hawi - this charming little plantation town up north is surrounded by rich, green lushness and is starting to bloom as a unique shopping destination.
Bamboo Restaurant and Gallery - The "Hawaiian Saloon" style decor of this place is great. Even if you don't eat here, at least take a look. The food is pretty good usually, but quality varies. A very good gallery that displays a lot of local woodworkers' art adjoins the restaurant. John Keawe plays wonderful slack key guitar there on many Friday or Saturday evenings. Lunch, Dinner, and Sunday Brunch, 808/889-5555.
Hula La's Mexican Kitchen - Good, fresh Mexican-style food. Not huge portions, but just right, we thought. We really enjoyed the Pele's Pollo chicken plate. Shredded range-fed chicken that had been simmered with fresh herbs and spices - served with rice (brown or Mexican-style), beans (black or pinto, both vegetarian) and organic greens, and topped with guacamole, sour cream and choice of homemade salsa and tortillas (we needed extra tortillas, though!) for 6.50. Other plates and soft taco/burrito fillings include pork simmered in a classic chile verde sauce, fresh fish seared with herbs and spices, and mashed black beans or pintos. Nachos and quesadillas are also on the menu. Everything is very fresh tasting. No liquor, but the made-to-order "Kohala Ginger Lemonade Crush" is fantastic. Sun-Thurs, 10:30 am - 8:00 pm; Fri & Sat, 10:30 am - 9:00 pm.; Kohala Trade Center Building. 808/889-5668,
In Waimea - Waimea is known for Parker Ranch, good restaurants, and good shopping opportunities. It's one of the biggest towns on the Island, but still feels "country".
Maha's Cafe - in Waimea's Historic Spencer House. Family run, offering light breakfasts, lunches and old-fashioned desserts. Very good food, and this beautiful little 1852 frame house is a wonderful place to spend some time. Breakfast and Lunch; Closed Tuesdays
Aioli's Restaurant - Custom made sandwiches, soups and salads. Fresh breads. Daily hot sandwich specials, and a Caesar salad special on Wednesdays that gets raves. Saturday mornings they offer giant cinnamon rolls, and on Sundays, they turn out large omelets for the entire time they are open. We prefer this place for breakfast (Sundays only) and lunch, but they serve dinner as well - BYOB. Simple but pleasant decor, next to Merriman's Restaurant in Opelu Plaza. Lunch and Dinner, Tues. thru Sat., Breakfast also on Sundays. Closed Mondays. BYO Beer or Wine (no corking fee).
Daniel Thiebaut's Restaurant - A charming dining atmosphere with wonderful food, located in the 101 year old Chock In Store building, across from the town park in Waimea. "Fine French-Asian Quisine." Mr. Thiebaut was the chef at the original Palm Cafe' in Kailua-Kona (remember pre-Lulu's?), which used to be one of Konabob's and my favorites. There are private rooms available for special occasions. Catering to anywhere in Hawaii is also offered. Lunch Mon.-Fri., 11:30am-1:30pm; Open nightly for Dinner, 5:30-9:00pm. The restaurant's Chock In Lounge is open at 4:30pm with special pupu prices (this is a good bet!). Reservations are recommended - 808/887-0811.
Merriman's - An excellent choice for a quality meal, especially for dinner. Good use of local produce/seafood. Innovative preparations. Lunch and Dinner. Reservations recommended for dinner, 808/885-6822. -
Koa House Grill - Yum, lilikoi barbecue sauce! BBQ, fish, chicken, salad bar. Western ranching theme. Good service. Just north of Maha's Cafe. Live music some nights. Lunch and Dinner,
Edelweiss - A small, European-style restaurant. Good, continental food. They are popular, and don't take reservations. A friend of ours who was a transplant from Hawaii used to ship cases of their salad dressing back to Colorado so he wouldn't have to go without! Lunch and Dinner,
In Honoka'a - in the Waipio Valley area.
Tex Drive-In- On Highway 19, this little diner is known for its malasadas (Portuguese pastries, kind of like a raised sugar donut without the hole), and you can even get them with a filling inside (the pepper jelly and the strawberry guava fillings are dynamite). They're served hot, of course. Breakfasts, Plate Lunches; Open till 8:30 p.m. (Tex now has another location in Pahala - see below.)
In Hilo - The 2nd largest port in Hawaii is located here. Not a touristy town, but an interesting mix of local cultures. This is the "rainy" side of the Island and you can see real jungle and huge waterfalls because of that mixed blessing. Bring an umbrella, just in case!
Bear's Coffee - A great little gourmet coffee shop, with good pastries, light breakfasts and lunches. Hang out with the morning paper.
Ken's House of Pancakes - Konabob said, "Just say, 'good ol' pancakes!'" Hawaii's version of IHOP, only not a franchise. Open 24 hrs.
Cafe' Pesto - see description of their Kawaihae restaurant. In addition, the bayfront Hilo location on Kamehameha Ave. sells a good loaf of sourdough rye bread, which is hard to find on the Big Island.
Harrington's - Perched over Reed's Bay, this small restaurant is known as a reliable place to celebrate "special occasions." They also offer a moderately priced limited lunch menu, and live music in the lounge after 5:30 p.m. Dinner reservations recommended, 961-4966. Lunch and Dinner,
In Volcano - This pretty, lush, area at the cool elevation of 5000' ft., is closest to Volcanoes Nat'l Park. It has some good B & B's, and a restaurant of note.
Kilauea Lodge - Fine dining. Continental cuisine (duck a l'orange, for example). Very Good. Reservations recommended, 808/967-7366. -
In Pahala - The old sugar town, located about 25 minutes west of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
Tex Drive-In - The popular diner's brand new 2nd location. Known for its malasadas (Portuguese pastries, kind of like a raised sugar donut without the hole), you can even get them with a filling inside (the pepper jelly and the strawberry guava fillings are dynamite). They're served hot, of course. Breakfasts, Plate Lunches; Open till 8:30 p.m.
In Na'alehu - Blink and you'll miss "The Southernmost Town in the USA". The Na'alehu Dairy produces most of the milk on the Island. This is a picturesque area with black & white dairy cows grazing in brilliant green pastures that end in spectacular ocean cliffs.
Na'alehu Fruit Stand - We recommend this stop to you on your round-the-island drive. Good baked goods, dried fruit assortments, and other tasty things can be found in this small grocery/deli. Picnic tables on the front porch. Right on the main highway, this is a good place to stock up for a picnic at the volcano, or a drive to South Point.
The Shaka Restaurant - serves quality home-cooked food at reasonable prices. Very generous portions. The fresh fish is excellently prepared. Great people. Friday is Prime Rib night at the restaurant.
In Ocean View - about an hour south of Kona, on the mauka side of the highway is
Mister Bell's - Serving good ol' home cookin', with popular weekend breakfast specials of Eggs Hollandaise and Steak and Eggs served on Sat. and Sundays only in addition to their regular breakfast menu. Breakfast is served from 7 to 11am Mon-Sat., and 7 to 11:30am Sundays; Lunch; and Dinner 5-9pm. (Special weekend dinner menu as well, featuring some steak and seafood specials in addition to the regular dinner menu.) They do a pretty good job with their fresh fish (they've always been known for it), and Konabob really enjoyed his macadamia/coconut battered fresh ahi fish and chips! Open from 7am to 9pm daily.
In Ke'ei - just north of Honaunau. Most people are familiar with Middle Ke'ei Road as being the road where the Painted Church is located. Up on the highway, however, there is an unassuming little "dining oasis" called
Keei Cafe - Wow, what a "sleeper"! We were almost selfishly tempted not to advertise this place on the 'net. Look for the white coffee cup sign on a small green building on the makai side of the highway, then get ready for one of the best dining experiences you'll find on the Island. This is a small, unpretentious (plastic chairs), cozy place, where you'll probably run into your food-loving neighbors. Island fresh fish is offered in a variety of preparations, all tantalizing, but you can also partake of rib eye steak, pork chops (with black peppercorn gravy), a grilled half chicken with your choice of the aforementioned gravy or red Thai curry sauce, and chicken or tofu fajitas with local avocado and sour cream. There are many vegetarian selections, and starters include a soup d'jour (vegetarian black bean with a warm tortilla when we were there), eggplant rolls with a different sauce accompaniment, or a local fresh greens salad (ours had a wonderful variety of "leaves" and included anise, basil and small yellow tomatoes, balsamic vinaigrette). Not a place to go if you're in a hurry, but just remember,"Patience is a Virtue!". They are hoping to move into their own place by the end of the year. Dinner Only, Tuesday - Saturday, 5-9 pm. Reservations recommended, 808/328-8451. No Credit Cards.
SPECIAL STOP: If you are staying where you have a place to cook, or if you'd like to pick up some poke to go, stop at Kona Seafood market, a dark green building on the mauka side of the highway, south of the Coffee Shack. Fresher fish you will not find, and you can see some varieties of Hawaiian fish you might not have seen before.
In Captain Cook -
The Coffee Shack - Just south of Honaunau on the Makai side of the highway, this place has an unbelievable view of coffee farms and the South Kona coast. The new owners bring a great new selection of foods to their offerings. Sandwiches on a selection of homemade breads like onion dill and rye, soups (delicious clam chowder!), imaginative salads, rich desserts. We enjoyed their Ka'u orange pie the other day, and noticed that they were offering a special Easter dinner menu, with items like roast pork loin and fresh ono as entrees. Good place to stop when you're on your way down to Place of Refuge. An extra bonus is the mellow black cat, Midnite, who sleeps on the covered terrace.
In Kainaliu - this little town is becoming more "vital", and has some very good shopping (Blue Ginger Gallery, of course, and newcomers Eternal Wave Gallery, and Lavender Moon Gallery, to name a few very worthy stops!).
The Nasturtium Cafe' - Just south of Mango Court on the makai side of the highway, you'll find this healthy, gourmet little organic cafe' "Where food feeds body, mind and soul." (Don't be confused by the fact that they share a building with the Seven Senses Cafe'). The setting is a bit funky, and the restaurant is very small, but the food is really good - and the flourless chocolate cake is absolutely wonderful!! Varied and inventive entree' salads, sandwiches, wraps and burgers. Fresh fish, and range-fed chicken, buffalo and turkey are used in the offerings here. There are some interesting wraps available too, such as eggplant/hummus, turkey/roasted red pepper, and a Morroccan chicken/spinach in an Asian ginger tortilla. Intrigued? Check 'em out! Open for lunch only, Mon-Fri, 11:00am-2:30pm. For to go orders, call 322-2193.
The Aloha Angel Cafe' - The Aloha Theatre has recently gone thru a change of ownership/management, and has been spruced up in some very imaginative and appealing ways. What used to be the Aloha Store is now an elegant dining room. The food is very fresh, and it is a nice place to enjoy a meal. Konabob and I had a wonderful dinner in the new dining room recently, and very much enjoyed the wonderfully-spiced Cajun/Hawaiian Chicken Breast entree' and a fresh fish filet (ono that night) on a very good salad. The carrot-orange soup was great, too. Open for Breakfast & Lunch every day in the Cafe' area and on the lanai from 8am-3pm; Dinner in the dining room is served every nite from 5-9pm. Reservations are recommended for dinner.
In Honalo - the next little town north of Kainaliu.
Teshima's - a local favorite. Run by a Japanese family, it's a simple place with formica tables. Sashimi, tempura. We also like their local-style teriyaki chicken dinner. It's a real slice of local Japanese life, and you might even get a visit from sweet "Grandma" at your table. Lunch and Dinner.