Fine Fare With A ViewCover Story Features
August 11, 2019
Story By: Kyle Galdeira | Photos by: LAWRENCE TABUDLO
With fresh and flavorful options featuring Pacific Rim flair available during breakfast, lunch and dinner, the exquisite fine-dining selections served in a unique oceanside setting makes Hau Tree Lanai at The New Otani Kaimana Beach Hotel a must-try for memorable meals.
For a limited time, Hau Tree Lanai is offering a special “Buyout Under the Stars” promotion that allows guests with a group of at least 80 people celebrating a special occasion, graduation, wedding or corporate function to enjoy buffet service from the newly renovated Sans Souci Room during dinner (5:30-9:30 p.m.), Monday-Thursday without having to buy out the restaurant space.
Hau Tree Lanai offers delectable buffet service options crafted by executive chef Rene Caba and his skilled team, which start at $90 per person (not including tax and gratuity) for the Deluxe Menu with selections including Hoisin Barbecued Chicken, Sake Glazed Baked Salmon and Kalbi Ribs Korean Style. The Supreme Menu ($120 per person, not including tax and gratuity) elevates the experience with local favorites including Roast Crisp Duck with Plum Sauce, Seafood Stir-Fry with Black Bean Sauce, Sherry Chicken, Misoyaki Butterfish, Alaskan Crab Legs with Pernod Butter and Catch of the Day with Roasted Garlic Chili Cream Sauce.
For more information, and to inquire about reservations and menus, call Hau Tree Lanai sales & marketing manager Arlene Chmolack at 921-7016, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guests are also invited to enjoy Hau Tree Lanai’s cuisine during traditional breakfast, lunch and dinner service daily. To start the day off right, enjoy a robust Acai Bowl ($18) that is built with Greek yogurt, Anahola Granola, banana and berries.
For lunch, order up a fresh Papaya Chicken Salad ($20) as diced poached chicken breast is seasoned with Dijon mustard and mayonnaise and served atop half an island fresh papaya crown along with sliced fruit. Classic Eggs Benedict ($20) is another popular choice that features turkey, Canadian bacon and poached eggs on grilled English muffins topped with hollandaise sauce served with breakfast potatoes. This must-try classic was voted “Best Eggs Benedict” by 111-Hawaii for 2017 and 2018.
Dinner at Hau Tree Lanai couples the cuisine with an unforgettable ambiance, and diners can reel in Fresh Kona Lobster ($59) as the whole live lobster is accompanied by jumbo shrimp, scallop and island fish with a Boursin sweet chili cream sauce. Sticking with scintillating seafood, try Chef’s Island Fusion ($48) as steamed fish is prepared fresh off the auction block with wine and garlic butter, a tomato compote, sauteed Alii mushrooms and leeks all topped with a Chiffonade basil-and-pepper infused oil.
New York Steak ($43) is another go-to dinner entree as the Harris Ranch all-natural beef is broiled to one’s preferred doneness and accented with garlic butter.
summer white out party
The New Otani Kaimana Beach Hotel is wrapping up summer with a bang through a special Summer White Out Party on Thursday, Aug. 22, 5:30-8:30 p.m., oceanside in the Sans Souci Room. The event is hosted by Lanai Tabura and will feature a five-course meal including Hawaiian, Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Filipino cuisine prepared by executive chef Rene Caba and his team. Tickets are $120 per person (plus tax, nonrefundable, no host bar available) and may be purchased at eventbrite.com by searching for “Kaimana Pop Up Dinner.”