Dining choices at The Kahala Hotel & Resort
Hoku's at The Kahala Hotel & Resort is heralded for its innovative fusion fare which melds Hawaiian, Asian and European flavors.
Hoku's is consistently ranked as one of Hawaii's best restaurants.
With a twist on contemporary Island cuisine, Hoku's returns to the basics and revamps the classics. The menu has been expanded to include an exotic variety of new dishes, such as Garlic & Herb Crusted Kurobuta Pork Chop
(Sage, Mango & Apple Chutney, Broccolini, Yukon Gold & Maui Onion Potato Hash), Butter Poached Maine Lobster
(Fennel Potato Puree, Ka’u Orange, Asparagus), Braised Burgundy Short Ribs (Horseradish & Chive Crème, Garlic Kale, Morel Mushroom Mashed Potatoes).
The cuisine is fresh, light, and innovative.
The ever-popular Hoku's Ahi Musubi remains on the menu as a local favorite. Ingredients are a mix of fresh locally grown produce and imports from abroad.
Hoku's has a breathtaking beachside setting with panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean from every table in the multi-level dining room. Also competing for guest's attention is the open kitchen featuring fiery hot woks, a kiawe wood grill, and tandoori and wood-burning ovens.
Hours & Contacts
Wednesday - Sunday
5:30 pm - 10 pm
10 am - 2 pm
$68 per person; $34 children (6-12) not including tax or gratuity
Dinner: Collared shirts and slacks for men and evening attire for women are preferred. Shorts and tank-top style t-shirts are not allowed. Children under 12 are exempt.
Sunday Brunch: Casual resort wear, shoes or dressy sandals are allowed.
Swim wear, tank-top style t-shirts and athletic wear are not allowed.