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 Old school polynesian restaurants?

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tide12

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  • Location: enterprise, AL
Old school polynesian restaurants? Sun, 03/14/10 11:41 PM (permalink)
These places have almost gone the way of the dodo. Some surviving examples that still seem to be doing well are Mai Kai in Fort Lauderdale, FL, Lee's Hawaiian Islander in Lyndhust, NJ and King Yum in Queens. You know what I mean, those joints that look like the set of Gilligan's Island. Tiki carvings and bamboo everywhere. Exotic cocktails, like Mai Tais and Singapore Slings. Old fashioned Americanized Chinese cuisine, like pu pu platters, pressed duck and sweet and sour pork. Can anyone direct me to some more restaurants of that sort?
 
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