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Treat yourself to top-notch takeout

A La Carte

August 23, 2020

Story By: Nicole Monton | Photos by: 3660 on the Rise

Soy Sake Broiled Butterfish ($43.50)

You’ll have to wait a bit before eating at 3660 on the Rise’s elegant restaurant, but in the meantime, there are great takeout options for a decadent dinner at home. The Waialae eatery continues with its takeout discount of 10 percent off the entire menu (excluding its Meal To Go), and plans on offering weekday specials, too.

One example is a“No Cooking Friday” complete meal that feed six people. Find more information on this great deal online at 3660ontherise.com.

Meanwhile, noteworthy morsels to look forward to off the regular takeout menu include a variety of seafood and meat dishes that embody the same quality and craftsmanship fans of the establishment have come to know and love. First up is the Shichimi Seared Big Glory Bay King Salmon Tataki ($20.50). The salmon is lightly seared and served rare, and is topped with Alaskan king crab meat, special soy aioli, ikura, katsuo shoyu and nori salt. Luxury awaits in the Soy Sake Broiled Butterfish ($43.50) that comes with sesame-scented grilled bok choy, garlic shiitake mushrooms and hatcho miso ginger nage for a burst of flavor.

New York Steak Alaea ($45.50)

Finally, fans of classic dishes can order the New York Steak Alaea ($45.50), which is pan-fried with garlic, Hawaiian salt and butter for that perfect combination of salty and savory.

There is also a special Meal To Go ($25) — we mentioned this one earlier — that comes with a small portion of mesclun of greens topped with a lemon miso dressing, a 5-ounce New York Steak Alaea, and five pieces of Crispy Garlic Scallion Shrimp with a honey chili aioli. It’s the best of both worlds for those who can’t choose between seafood and steak, and just another way that 3660 on the Rise has got you covered.

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