Hawaii Mom Blog: Preview of Grand Lanai Restaurant Week April 8-14




April 3, 2019

Preview of Grand Lanai Restaurant Week April 8-14

Last week I attended a preview of Grand Lanai Restaurant Week at International Market Place, which takes places April 8-14.

Guests at various eateries throughout International Market Place can select prix-fixe menus to experience some of the best that each venue has to offer. 

At the event, we were fortunate to try:

Ora King Salmon Tataki & Pipikaula Poke - Eating House 1849 by Roy Yamaguchi

Old School Style Meatballs - Flour & Barley Brick Oven Pizza

Steak Fajitas & Papas Bravas - Mi Almita Cantina

Corned Beef 50/50 Burger - ShoreFyre

Truffle Gyoza  - Goma Tei

Li Hing Pineapple Sorbet - StripSteak

During Grand Lanai Restaurant Week, there will also be a poke contest and photo sweepstakes!

Visit https://www.shopinternationalmarketplace.com/grandlanairestaurantweek for more information.  See below for restaurant offerings.

Eating House 1849 by Roy Yamaguchi

1st Course
  • Ora King Salmon Tataki & Pipikaula Poke | Smoked Onion Soy, Poi
2nd Course (Choose 1)
  • Braised Lamb Shank | Luxardo Cherry Jam, Natural Jus
  • Spice-Rubbed Duroc Pork Chop | Okinawan Sweet Potato Puree, Avocado & Corn Salsa
  • "Dynamite" Kona Kampachi | Lup cheong, pickled garlic & ginger relish
3rd Course
  • Apple Banana Tartlet | Toffee & Caramel Corn Crunch

Flour & Barley Brick Oven Pizza

Choose one selection per course.

  • Arugula & Kale Salad: Oven-roasted tomato, mushrooms, artichoke, shaved parmesan, toasted pine nuts & balsamic vinaigrette
  • Meatballs: 'Old school style' beef, veal & pork with tomato sauce & parmesan with salsa verde 
  • Genovese Pizza: Roast chicken, basil pesto, mozzarella, pecorino, asparagus & pancetta
  • Shrimp & Penne Alla Vodka: Jumbo shrimp sauteed with vodka & creamy tomato sauce tossed with penne pasta & crispy basil
  • Godfather: Pepperoni, Salami, Basil, Chili Oil
  • Mushroom Pizza: Truffle cheese, roasted mushrooms, roast tomato, arugula, truffle oil

  • Semifreddo Seasonal
  • Cannolis: Crispy pastry shells filled with a sweet ricotta-mascarpone cream, garnished with pistachios & chocolate chips
Goma Tei

Truffle Gyoza 


First Course (Choice of)
  • Buffalo Octopus: Black-eye peas, ranch
  • Avocado Toast: Romesco, Parmesan, Island Tomato, Fresno Chilli
  • Tuna Taco: Creamy ponzu, avocado, tobiko, furikake
Second Choice
  • Pulehu Steak: Black Garlic Chimichurri, Okinawan Sweet Potato Puree
  • Local Daily Catch: Island vegetables, citrus/miso glaze
  • Kauai Shrimp & Grits: Green curry, toasted coconut, thai basil oil
  • Lilikoi/Banana Cream Pie: Whipped pastry cream and macadamia nuts

Mi Almita Cantina

Steak Fajitas, Roasted Peppers & Onions, Guacamole & Papas Brava (roasted potatoes), Trio of Mi Almita Dipping Sauces


Corned Beef 50/50 Burger: Gourmet corned beef, sauerkraut, angus chuck, cheese


1st Course (Choice of)
  • Waipouli Greens Salad: Red beet 'noodles', kukui nuts, balsamic vinaigrette, pomegranate molasses
  • Porcini Mushroom Risotto: Hamakua mushroom, fresh thyme, 36 month-aged parmigiano reggiano
2nd Course (Choice of)
  • Ora King Salmon
  • USA Prime New York Strip Steak
  • USDA Prime 35 Dry-Aged Kansas City Strip Steak - $30 Supplement
All entrees served with garlic whipped potatoes, shoyu-glazed Aloun Farms green beens

3rd Course
  • Li Hing Pineapple Sorbet
  • Maui gold pineapple, li hing mui
The Street Food Hall by Michael Mina
 $10 off 7-choice Party Pass

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