"... much more affordable than the hotel restaurants."
"I wish I had tried this place before the morning of my last day on Lanai - because I would have come down every day! It is a favorite among the locals. I had French toast - very nice. My traveling companions had eggs and omelets - also very good. We sat outdoors on a cool and shady terrace. The inside is nothing to write home about - small and busy -but it has local character and flavor. The owners obviously care about this place. They make a lot of breads and pastries fresh."
"... a friend from Maui took us here for lunch. 'Craig' recommended the double cheese burger, and WOW! This was the biggest burger I have eaten in my life. The staff was very friendly and the food was great."
"I first read about Blue Ginger on trip advisor and had to check it out when we camped on Lanai and in the end ended up going there breakfast, lunch AND dinner."
"The place is always buzzing with people, both locals and tourists, who will always welcome you with a smile, and share amazing stories with you. You can sit inside or outside... as I always enjoy either breakfast, lunch or dinner, they are open for all 3."
"My friend and I return to Lanai each spring to hunt and relax. We eat here every trip, several times. Love the atmosphere, talking story with the locals and the plate lunches."
"Love this place and its chef. Worth the commute."
"Lunch at Blue Ginger was good. There were hand-cut veggies in the chicken stir fry and the portion was large. Price was under $10. It had a pretty good selection of items on the menu. The staff was friendly and low key. Pastries looked really good. This is cash only so be prepared for that."
"Casual plate lunches. A great eats here too. A nice escape from resort food."
"Blue Ginger Café is a small restaurant near Dole Park. We thought the food was very good and the prices were excellent for Lanai. I had the teriyaki chicken plate dinner and my wife had the pork chops. Both were excellent. The complete dinner bill was under $30."
"Blue Ginger offers great local food with a lot of variety. From pastry, sandwiches, burgers, loco moco, noodles, stir fry to nightly specialty entrees. Everything tastes great not to mention the price. The dining rooms in Four Seasons are wonderful but you are going to pay 3 digits for dinner for two and to be frank, you could have the same meal in Los Angeles, New York, or any other Four Seasons. Blue Ginger Café makes you feel you are truly dining in Hawaii."