Creative cuisine, decadent diningA La Carte
February 6, 2022
Story By: Jocelyn Lansangan | Photos by: ANTHONY CONSILLIO
Step into the welcoming and homey atmosphere of 3660 on the Rise and prepare to be provided with an ultimate dining experience like no other with its modern fusion cuisine. Located on the corner of Waialae Avenue and Wilhelmina Rise, guests will be greeted with a feeling of warmth and can witness their delicious meals being prepared through the glass wall dividing the kitchen and dining room.
Begin your meal with the scrumptious appetizer Duck Rillette ($20) served with Romano risotto croquette, onion raspberry fig marmalade and a burgundy honey reduction. The duck leg is marinated with assorted herbs and salt overnight and slowly simmered in duck fat until tender. Then, it is deboned and mixed with duck stock and cognac.
The Grilled Salmon ($38) is accompanied with an oven-roasted blue crab-cake and a Kahuku corn dashi sauce. Meanwhile, the Asian-Style Braised Boneless Short Ribs ($46) are served with wok-fried gai lan and topped with crispy garlic and cilantro. The ribs are simmered until tender in star anise, lemongrass, kaffir lime, shoyu and then served with the stock that it is braised in — a classic natural jus method sure to enhance the dish’s flavor.
“Guests like these dishes because they are creative and take everyday ingredients and showcase them in a different way,” explains chef de cuisine Lydell Leong. “Some guests also like that it is nostalgic with a twist.”
While the eatery’s dine-in reservations are all sold out for Valentine’s Day, the restaurant is accepting takeout preorders for its prix fixe menu until Feb. 10. Visit 3660ontherise.com for more information.