Throughout our history, Hawaii has been an oasis in the middle of the Pacific Ocean for weary travelers during the growth of Hawaii’s industry.  During the 1800’s there were a large influx of migrant workers brought to Hawaii to work in the growing sugar industry.  Along with them the workers brought their families and their unique culinary style. The Christmas Eve menu features our twist on some of the cuisine that was brought to the Islands from our distant ‘Ohana (family).

Here is an idea of what to expect next week for our Christmas Eve feast: 

Ka’uiki Restaurant

Christmas Eve Prix Fixe



Seared Pepper Spiced Ahi Tuna “Tataki” Miso Sauce with Kahuku Sea Asparagus

Kona Cold Butter Poached Lobster Ginger Scallion Soy, Wai’anu Farm’s Watercress and Organic Tofu



(Choice of one)

Grilled “Kabayaki” Tenderloin of Beef Hamakua Heritage Mushroom Risotto, Ginger Tamimi Tomato Chutney

Oma Coffee Curry Duck Breast Preserved Tangerine, Gandule Rice 

 Crab Crusted Hana Bay  “Fresh Catch” Clams, Portuguese Sausage, Bok Choy, Spinach, Cioppino Broth

Grilled Kula Lavender Spiced “Lamb T-Bone” Kula Mint Salsa Verde, Asparagus, Okinawan Sweet Potato Pudding

 Vegetarian Sampler Braised Filipino “Pinakbet” Vegetables, Organic White Quinoa Sweet Potato Pudding, Brussels Sprouts with Romesco Sauce



(Choice of one) 

Coconut Pumpkin Chiffon Cake Fresh Berries

Yuzu Crème Brulee Tart Fresh Berries