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, Mediterranean 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 Roasted Colorado Rack of Lamb (Broccolini, Yukon Gold Potatoes, Tomato Fondue, Red Wine & Herb Jus*), Banana Leaf & Herb Smoked Beef Tenderloin (Asparagus, Hearts of Palm, Coconut Curry Sauce Lime Oil, Red wine Sauce), Scallops & Escargot (Wok Fried with Garlic & Garden Parsley Butter).
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.