Kua 'Aina Goodge Street
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Wooden walls and rustic artwork transport diners to the North Shore of Hawaii, the birthplace of their signature recipes.
Legendary burgers lead the Kua ‘Aina menu, using 100% beef from a local butcher, seasoned with homemade marinades and cooked to order on hot lava grills. Tuck into burgers and sandwiches with the likes of seared tuna, teriyaki chicken, or bacon & avocado, as well as a classic chicken Caesar salad.
For dessert, sample an indulgent fluffy pancake served with maple syrup and a choice of toppings, or a boozy milkshake. The drinks menu continues the exotic theme, with tropical smoothies, cocktails and Hawaiian beers all on offer.
Located in the heart of Fitzrovia, find Kua ‘Aina Goodge Street a 1 min walk from Goodge Street Station, 5 min from Tottenham Court Road and 8 min from Oxford Circus.
11.30am - 10pm
9am - 10pm
9am - 3pm
The service was very good. It a nice little spot for burgers. Good for it price range (fairly cheap)
One of my favourite restaurants in London. The restaurant is always cosy and comfortable.
I had the Portabello Mushroom Burger with Halloumi and fries and a chocolate shake for dessert and it was all delicious as always.
It was a really cold evening and although each time the door opened the cold air gushed in, they really made an effort by putting heavy curtains up around the door.
Good food, good service but a bit cold - the door needs some attention to stop the draft in winter.
The ambience was really good, customer service is lovely too. However, the food was not that great.
The portions were okay, the descriptions of the food makes it sound mouthwatering yet the food was dry and not that aesthetically pleasing.
Really big tasty burgers. Sarah, our waitress, was very friendly and helpful.
Very chill little spot, has quite a quirky vibe and a couple websites listed it as "Best Sweet Potato Fries in London". Can confirm, they were absolutely delicious! Price is also amazing considering the location. Everything was lovely!!
Food was ok. Portions were not very big - I had the veggie burger and the falafel patties didn’t taste of much. I presume they were small patties bought from somewhere and they’d put three into the bun to make a burger. Fries were ok, a bit soggy. Service was good but all in all an average dining experience and wouldn’t recommend or go back for a 2nd visit. Smoothies were actually quite nice though. Casual dining eatery which can be a little cramped to sit in.
The tiki theme feels a little dated, but that aside, the waitress was excellent - very patient, friendly, let us stay at our table chatting until they closed even way after we’d paid our meal. The burgers were excellent and the combinations fun.
The service was amazing and a good selection of beers. My son and I had a fantastic burger.