Hawaii Mom Blog: Café Miró




October 23, 2019

Café Miró

I will begin this post by saying that Café Miró is now closed. So why am I writing about a restaurant that you can't go to? 

For starters, before my last supper here, I had forgotten how GOOD the food was! I think it has been over 10 years since I last dined here, and I don't know how I could have neglected such a gem. The food and service were so amazing that I just had to write about it.

peach vichyssoise

Since it was the last time I would dine here, I ordered the four-course menu (there was a three-course also available) - peach vichyssoise, two appetizers, an entree, and dessert.

ahi carpaccio

catch of the day (onaga) with almond brown butter sauce

rib-eye steak with daikon fusion sauce

dessert sampler

I forgot to take a picture of the homemade bread rolls that were addicting as heck. Who can resist fresh, hot dinner rolls, made in house?

And that's it folks. After 22 years of quietly serving some of the best French-inspired food on the island, Cafe Miro is no more.

But in this very spot, chef extraordinaire Chris Kajioka will open a new restaurant next February, and if it's anything like Restaurant Senia, we are in for a real treat!

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