Aloha! Welcome to the first Kua 'Aina in Europe. Already famous in Hawaii and Japan for premium burgers and chargrilled sandwiches, served in a casual Pacific Islands atmosphere. Speciality coffees, draught Asahi Superdry, organic cakes, low-fat FroYo and more too.
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26 Foubert's PlaceLondonW1F 7PP
- +44 (0)20 7287 7474
The last time I came here is was quite disappointed. I've been here a few times and I've always enjoyed my food and would have reacted them 4 and a half but this time my food tasted quite bland and a bit dry.
On a plus note the waiters are super friendly and chatty which makes the atmosphere better but after my last experience with the food I doubt I'll be coming here again.more
Came here with a group of people. A little frustrating to begin as they told us to wait outside for a table, and then someone else came up and sat a similar sized group. Turns out the guy working the counter was wrong and they had plenty of seats downstairs. Ok.
But that was really the only misstep. This is a Hawaiian burger spot, which means you can get a burger with pineapple. And dammit,...more
I was about to head home after an event when a particularly lovely bunch of yelpers said they were going to try and get a late food stop here. I've been meaning to try it for a while so FOMO struck and I decided to tag along!
It's a fun place for a burger stop - bright and colourful, in decor and staff uniforms. I was chuffed to spot the Pineapple Burger on the menu as I have a lot of love...more
Best sandwich I had in London! I ordered a turkey roast with bacon and avocado and a side of bbq sauce! Also got a brilliantly made piña colada! Highly recommend this place! Cool staff and fun atmosphere!more
I'm not sure why my experience of this place differs to the others on Yelp, maybe they had an off day, maybe they have a new chef, or new management - I don't know.
However eating here was the worst experience I have had in a long while. A catalog of error and bad food!
1. We arrived, and whilst the restaurant didn't seem busy, they were very heavily backlogged. It took 15 minutes to get a...more