Hawaii Mom Blog: Kamaʻaina Thursdays at The Kahala




August 1, 2019

Kamaʻaina Thursdays at The Kahala

Did you know that on Thursday evenings, local residents (Kamaʻainas) have access to a specially priced promotional menu at the Plumeria Beach House at The Kahala?

It's a great way to enjoy the food and ambiance of the Plumeria Beach House at a reasonable price.

For $49 (plus tax and gratuity), Kamaʻainas can feast on unlimited servings of salads and desserts, and their choice of entree.  

Bread and lavosh are complimentary - we powered through two baskets throughout our meal service.

You can make your own tossed green salad with all the dressings and fixins.

I opted for the Chinese chicken salad, which is always my favorite salad.

For entrees, two of us ordered the braised short ribs. It was very tender - no knife needed! 

Another person ordered the Catch of the Day Hong Kong Style. Today's Catch was mahi mahi - she liked it a lot.  It was moist and was accompanied with a nice serving of vegetables.

My friend who works at the hotel ordered the Poached Butterfish, which she often orders when dining here. The butterfish was very flaky and buttery.  

Not long after we finished our entrees, we headed for the dessert bar and tried a taste of each dessert.

Kamaʻainas - catch this special deal on Thursdays at the Plumeria Beach House!

4 hours of free parking with restaurant validation.  Book your reservation on OpenTable.com

Plumeria Beach House at The Kahala Hotel & Resort
5000 Kahala Avenue

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