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Starwood Hawaii offers many dining options throughout their Waikiki properties.  Here’s what four of their restaurants are doing for Easter.


Beachhouse at The Moana to present delectable one-night only Easter Dinner Specials

This Easter, Beachhouse at the Moana Chef de Cuisine Rodney Uyehara has created an amazing menu that will include delectable new items and old favorites from past Beachhouse menus.  The Easter dinner selections will be available only on Sunday, April 4 from 5:30 to 9 p.m. 

In addition to Beach house’s a la carte dinner items, Chef Uyehara’s Easter specials will include the following menu selections: Yuzu Kosho Diver Scallop, Hamakua Mushrooms and Escargot, Kona Abalone Rock A “Braddah”, Roasted Leg of Lamb, Duck Kula ’Orange and Seafood Paella

Complimentary valet parking is available at the Moana Surfrider and validated self parking at the Sheraton Princess Kaiulani.


Annual Easter Egg Hunt and Easter Brunch at The Royal Hawaiian

The Royal Hawaiian will hold its annual Easter Egg Hunt and Easter brunch on Sunday, April 4 at 9 a.m. on the Ocean Lawn.

Celebrate Easter with the “Pink Palace” bunnies, get a chance to win one of many amazing prizes, and enjoy the fun entertainment The Royal Hawaiian has in store for adults and children of all ages!  Easter brunch buffet will be served from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the historic Monarch Room for $88 per adult and $44 per child (5-12 years).  Children 4 years and under eat for free with a paying adult.  The annual Egg Hunt will be free for all hotel and restaurant guests.

For brunch, Executive Chef Hans Stierli will offer made-to-order omelets, eggs and waffles.  There will also be a hot station, cold selections and dessert stations … all with offerings galore.

Four hour complimentary valet and self parking is available.


Kai Market’s Local Easter Sunday Feast

Sheraton Waikiki’s Kai Market will be offering a feast from “farm-to-table” on Easter Sunday, April 4.  Executive Chef Darren Demaya will be offering a variety of food selections from hot offerings to sweet offerings which include the signature Niihau clam chowder soup and the Portuguese sweet bread pudding, the signature dessert.

Easter Sunday brunch will be served from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at $55 per adult and $15 per child (6-12 years).

For brunch, Kai Market will be featuring a carving station which includes the alaea salt crusted slow roasted prime rib and the Dole pineapple and rum raisin omelet station and more.

Easter Sunday dinner will be served from 5 to 9:30 p.m. at $59 per adult and $15 per child (6-12 years).  Children 5 years and under eat for free.

Kai Market’s evening menu selections include a carving station featuring the pan fried Hawaiian sea bass with Thai lobster curry sauce and the alaea salt crusted slow roasted prime rib.   There’s much, much more on the menu … but, too much to list here.


Celebrate Easter a four-course dinner atop Sheraton Waikiki at Twist at Hanohano

Chef Ryan Loo takes great pride in incorporating a “farm-to-table” concept where only the finest and freshest locally grown ingredients are used in his kitchen.  His four-course Easter menu will be served from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. on Sunday, April 4 at $95, $120 with wine pairings, and $145 with an executive wine pairing.  Tax and gratuity are not included.

The menu includes:  Chilled Waialua Asparagus and Kona Crab Soup, Tarragon Oil, Kahuku Corn, Osetra Caviar; Crispy Baby Artichokes and Hamakua Tomatoes, Bacon Anchovy Emulsion, Shaved Parmesan Cheese; Wild Mushroom Crusted Big Island Red Veal Kona Lobster Stuffed Zucchini Blossoms, Truffled Fava Beans, Red Onion Marmalade; Grande Marnier Drunken Cherry And Mac Nut Clafouti and Maui Goat Cheese And Myer Lemon Custard, 50 Year Balsamic.

Complimentary valet parking and validated self-parking for four hours will be available at Sheraton Waikiki.


For reservations or more information on any of the restaurants featured above, please call the dining desk at 921-4600 or send an email to tdrc.hawaii@starwoodhotels.com.

Images courtesy of Starwood Hawaii
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2 Comments

  1. Will Kai Market be offering an easter brunch this year?

    • Hi … i haven’t received anything from them yet for this year … but hope there’s time to post when i do.
      Mahalo.


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