Innovative regional cuisine, food & wine pairings, popular for romance and business gatherings. Farm-to-table freshness. Hawaii residents consider this restaurant as the ultimate for special occasions and visitors choose it for their grand finale last night in Honolulu.
We offer catering services for groups and events of all sizes. Your hosts’ Hari Reddy and Bindeshor Kakshapati and their entire staff welcome you and bring you the abundance of Monsoon India! Please relax while you enjoy the authentic cuisine, hospitality and music of their native land in this beautiful oceanfront ...
Lush-Pops is now a five-star worthy popsicle that uses island-grown local and organic fruits & herbs mixed with Hawaiian rums and vodkas. We recently offer customizable pop-tails for the liquor industry’s leading brands and their respective events.
For the best catering services on the island, our Japanese restaurant is here for you. Choose from 1 of our 3 menus and give your guests a meal they will never forget. All catering menus include paperplates, napkins, hashi, forks, and tablecloths. Free delivery is available to most areas.
Looking for great local food? Need Catering for you next event? You've come to the right place! We are a local style deli serving Okazu, Sushi, Hawaiian Food, Sashimi, and Poke. Let us cater your next special event!
“Recessions” has been serving up BBQ to multiple venues on Kauai. With our Mobile, deep-pit Barbecue we’re equipped to cater your on/off site wedding event. Our highly praised menu choices include BBQ tri-tip steak, ribs, chicken, fresh tossed salad, our signature chili items, roast corn-on-the-cobb, & strawberry ...
We offer catering services for business meetings, events and parties, and breakfast and lunch services for schools and care centers. We’re proud to serve fresh local favorites, healthier options and homemade baked goods. And we deliver!
From five course meals to gourmet food trucks, we have countless Hawaii wedding caterers to satisfy your culinary tastes and make your reception delectable. Bon appetit!
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