A Farm to Table Experience: Kula Grille Starts Cooking

April 4th we celebrated the blessing and opening of our new farm to table restaurant, The North Shore Kula Grille.

The ancient Hawaiians divided their land into three sections: Mauka (mountains), Kula (midlands) and Makai (sea) known – as Ahupua‘a.

It is the Kula lands, primarily used for agriculture, that now serve as the inspiration for our new restaurant, The North Shore Kula Grille.

Here, we explore the flavors of our islands as they have been enjoyed for centuries – naturally, with organic and artisan farming and harvesting practices.  Our farmers and suppliers care for the land – or ‘aina, which means “that which provides food” – in the spirit of a rich agricultural history featuring the cultivation of taro, sweet potatoes, sugar cane and bananas.  These crops serve as a perfect complement to the bounty of fresh seafood, poultry and meats sourced throughout Hawaii.

We invite you to experience our delicious dishes first-hand.

Breakfast : 6:30-10:30a
Dinner: 5:30-9:30p

We are excited to offer hearty meals  as well as vegetarian and vegan dishes! For all you breakfast buffet fans there will also be a buffet daily from 6:30-10:30a!

Some of Our Signature Dishes

Kula Beet Salad
Roasted red and golden beets/Maui surfing goat cheese/micro greens /Ka‘u orange/pine-nuts/Kahuku watermelon/Meyer lemon vinaigrette

Sautéed Kona Kampachi (fish)
Hau’ula tomato butter/sea asparagus pesto/ fingerling potato gus/ ali’i mushrooms

Alae (Salt) Roasted Half Chicken
Cous cous/confit of leek jus/kale/heirloom carrots/teardrop tomatoes/Maui onion/bacon

Click here to see the restaurant and more photos!

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