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Get the party started with a bit of Aloha

Chew On This Digest

May 11, 2014

Story By: Michelle Lee | Photos by: Aloha Catering

With graduation season in full swing, celebratory cookouts with friends and family seem to be a common occurrence all across the island. For a buffet lineup that is sure to please the proud graduates-to-be, Aloha Catering features a medley of Korean, Chinese and local favorites equipped to satisfy any appetite.

Completely homemade, Aloha Catering’s dishes offer the quintessential meal for any gathering.

“All of our entrĂ©es are cooked from scratch using recipes we have had for a long time,” says Mike Hickey, co-owner of the catering company. “Everything down to our sauces is made in-house, and we try to locally source our ingredients as much as possible.”

Whether planning an elaborate party or hosting something more intimate, Aloha Catering’s party pans ($24 small, $36 medium, $72 large) are available in a variety of sizes for every occasion. The menu’s famous Chicken with String Beans, Zucchini Jun and Garlic Chicken are top-sellers.

“We cater our menu to serving the dishes that people here have grown up loving,” says Hickey. “All the classics like fried rice, Teriyaki-style beef, chow mein noodles are made fresh each day.” Delivery arrangements can be made for any location on the island with a minimum purchase of $400.

For a limited time only, Aloha Catering will be running a special deal for Dining Out readers: With a purchase of any-sized catering pan, diners will receive a second pan of equal or lesser value for 50 percent off (see coupon on page 20).

For large orders, calling 24 hours in advance is recommended.

Aloha Catering

98-1006 Moanalua Road, Aiea
593-7882
Open daily, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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