KPA is the high end restaurant at the Hilton. Gorgeous views of the ocean and sunset and the food was amazing. Brought gluten free bread to the table and very knowledgeable about what I could or couldn’t have. The menu had G to designate gluten free but the waiter said things change so much just ask them and they know better (the potatoes didn’t have a G but they were GF). Very pricey but amazing scenery and food and safe for celiacs :). The entire Hilton has a lot of GF options. Breakfast has gluten free toast, pancakes, waffles, French toast, UDIs muffins and all the meats and eggs and fruit. Gluten free buns at lunch place as well. Lots of options all over the resort.
KPA is a very high end restaurant in the Hilton hotel. Server checked with chef regarding my choices. Very knowledgeable and I felt safe. 🤗
This is the top-end restaurant at the giant Hilton Waikoloa Village, with prices to match - a couple of the entrees are north of $60 (!). The setting is *gorgeous* - outside tables have fantastic beach views, with only a walkway between you and the shoreline. The posted menu shows which items are GF or GF'able, and there are many options that would work for most diners. We had a very solicitous and knowledgeable waiter (Cornelius) who clearly understood celiac needs; he brought two bread baskets - one wheat-based, one GF - and a double set of the butter and spread that comes with, so we wouldn't have to worry about cross-contamination, and he was willing to take all the time in the world in answering our many questions and indulging the usual GF/celiac concerns and requests. Most of the items on the kids' menu are fried, but they happily grilled some plain chicken breast and served it with carrot sticks for K2. K1 was put out because we parents, being mean, vetoed K1's intended entree, the $61 14-oz ribeye. The filet mignon we "forced" K1 to order instead was tasty (to me at least; apparently to K1 it tasted mostly of disappointment ...). They plated it with (GF) mashed potatoes and even brought K1 some sushi rice as well after K1 liked the rice that came with my entree. No GF desserts other than sorbet. Single fryer (sigh).