A vegetarian twist on our famous Poke made with roasted beets and marinated with special Shoyu sauce, sweet onions and toasted sesame seeds. For all you beet haters out there, this dish will change your mind about them.
Our take on popcorn chicken is fried to perfection with a crisp texture on the outside and super juicy and tender on the inside. Then finished off sprinkled with furikake and served with aioli sauce.
Our delicious spring rolls are a crispy deep fried appetizer. They are filled with pork, garlic and spices. They will definitely have you coming back for seconds, thirds and fourths.
A savoury native Hawaiian dish that you’ll be sure to love. Lau Lau is seasoned chunks of pork that is wrapped in taro leaves and slow cooked to tenderness perfection.
One of our most loved dishes! Our Kona coffee chicken is marinated with 11 spices featuring Hawaii’s famous Kona coffee (It doesn’t taste like coffee though!), Served on Maui gold rice and drizzled with our “Haole” sauce (garlic crema) and ginger shoyu hot sauce and […]
One of our most popular treats. Our slow braised Kalua pig is nestled in a ciabata bun, topped with cucumbers and kimchi, drizzled with spicy mayo and sprinkled with chicharon for some crunch.
Spam Musubi is a popular snack and lunch food in Hawai’i. They are sold in school cafeterias and local bake sales. They can be found at picnics or sleepovers, and are sold near cash registers in convenience stores all over Hawai’i. Ridiculously simple to make, […]
Our North Shore Garlic Shrimp is sautéed in butter, garlic, paprika, lemon and white wine. Served on a bed of jasmine rice and sprinkled with furikake. Inspiration: North Shore refers to the north facing coastal area on the island of O’ahu, this is the surfing mecca […]
Pokē – Pronounced “Poke-Eh”, is our delicious Hawaiian appetizer which is a raw seafood chopped salad made a variety of ways. For centuries, these delicious treasures have been a staple in the Hawaiian Islands. It is both a healthy snack and a comfort food.
We use sushi grade fish (salmon, tuna or octopus) and dress it up in different styles.
Shoyu Poke – tossed in Shoyu sauce (soy sauce, green onions, sesame oil)
Spicy Salmon Poke – tossed in Hawaiian sea salt, soy sauce, spicy mayo, onions, sesame oil
Kimchi Octopus (tako) Poke – Kimchi infused octopus
A staple of the Hawai’i-style plate lunches. It is typically paired with scoops of rice as it nicely compliments just about any form of flavourful entrée. Our Hawaiian Mac Salad is so ONO-licious, it will be the best mac salad you’ve ever tasted!