Last week I found myself in Kona for work. While most people have an image of Hawaii as being lush and green with Coconut trees and beaches, Kona is closer to looking like being on Mars. It's comprised of miles and miles of old undeveloped lava fields and located on the side of the island that is dry and arid. Despite this barren landscape I found a decent place to have lunch, King's Grille.
|This is in the middle of a lava field?|
King's Grille is the clubhouse restaurant for a golf course built smack-dab in the middle of the previously mentioned lava fields. Not being a golfer I still wanted try the sandwiches having read that they were generous and affordable by Kona standards.
|Yep, it's definitely a golf clubhouse|
Feeling hungry, I ordered the Ali'i Burger ($11.95) which comprises of a burger, cheese, bacon, and pastrami. I was pleasantly surprised by it's generous size and relative juiciness. They even got the fries right.
|This ended up being as juicy as it looks|
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