Pukalani Superette is known island wide for their mouth watering selection of dishes made right in their own kitchen. Browse through our selection of Hot Food Items, Cold Food Items and Sushi Party Platters. Let Pukalani Superette cater your next party or event.
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!
Not only do we still make the same great foods but also we do catering for parties and events as well. Our food is made fresh to order, so it’s served hot and delicious when you get it. Our desserts are homemade by us along with our saimin and udon noodles.
The customized wagon, with its shinny black exterior, the hand painted Virgin de Guadalupe on the rear and its impeccable stainless interior, commands quite a presence. The wagon is now available for all your catering needs. From big or small, whatever the occasion or celebration enjoy delicious Cholo’s food!
Let us cater your next event here in Oahu with our ono Hawaiian food, not to mention a variety of local island favorites too. Ginger Miso Chicken, Shoyu Pork, and Kalbi can be served alongside our famous kalua pig, lau lau and beef stew. We’ll get you out from behind the stove to where you need to be in front of your ...
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.
Blue Ginger Café can prepare platters for almost any size event. We can deliver to large catering events in Lanai City. We have delivered on occasion to Manele Bay Hotel and to the Sporting Clay Facility for group functions.
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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