Pa’akai – Fresh Sea-to-Table Restaurant Starts Cooking

 

Inamona Crusted Scallops, Kahuku Corn Relish, Pipikaula, Avocado Puree & Macadamia Nut Chili Oil

Pa’akai is officially open and serving up fresh, sea-to-table dishes.  Pa’akai means “sea salt” in Hawaiian. The Restaurant’s menu highlights the best in fresh local fish, farm-raised lobster, Kauai prawns, sea asparagus, seaweed and sea salt produced in Hawaii.

Signature dishes include the pan-seared kampachi with roasted butternut squash, grilled crimini mushrooms and an apple daikon vinaigrette; as well as the Inamona–crusted scallops with avocado puree, Kahuku corn and pipikaula relish with macadamia nut chili oil.

The menu also includes offerings such as the Kona coffee-rubbed New Zealand lamb rack with truffle mash and an elderflower and blackberry reduction, as well as a Hawaiian ranchers rib eye steak with fingerling potatoes.

Craving something sweet? Desserts include a warm caramelized apple banana chocolate lumpia with coconut sauce, and a Waialua chocolate soufflé with Ka‘u macadamia nut sauce. The restaurant also features a full bar with signature cocktails and an array of appetizers, including selections from a seafood “treasure chest.”

Pa‘akai has a contemporary, ocean-inspired ambiance of cool blues and natural fixtures, flexible seating for 110 guests, and an area for nightly live entertainment from renowned local artists.

Pa’akai is open for dinner Tuesday- Saturday, 5:30p-10p. Reservations are recommended.
Reserve your seat by the sea  (808) 293-6000 or by clicking here.

 

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