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Plentiful platters for all

A La Carte

November 22, 2020

Story By: Ginger Keller | Photos by: 7-ELEVEN HAWAII

Oriental Chicken Bites ($34.99)

7-Eleven Hawaii reigns supreme when it comes to offering the type of food that locals crave. On its catering menu, for example, find a variety of delicious and affordable platters for the whole family to enjoy. Pro tip: Order two platters before Nov. 29 to receive $5 off.

Nori Roll Platter ($21.99)

The Grand Sushi Platter ($31.99) can feed the whole household and then some, as the name suggests. Enough to share between 14 and 16 people, the tray comes with 82 pieces of local favorites, like Inside-Out Seafood Salad Maki, Shoyu Tuna Maki, Takuan Hosomaki, Cucumber Hosomaki, Inari Cone Sushi and Pickled Ginger.

Deluxe Sushi Platter ($20.99)

Smaller options, on the other hand, include the Volcano Sushi Platter ($24.99) and the Deluxe Sushi Platter ($20.99) — both feed 10-12 people. The Nori Roll Platter ($21.99), meanwhile, features three different varieties and is also not one to be missed.

More favorites that can be purchased as a platter are 7-Eleven’s Spam Musubi ($20.99), which won a Honolulu Star-Advertiser Hawaii’s Best Award, and Oriental Chicken Bites ($34.99) that come in two varieties (karaage and mochiko) and a sweet chili sauce.

Note that orders must be placed by 8 a.m. for a next-day pickup. For a full list of catering options, visit 7elevenhawaii.com.

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