Annual Lu'au


Green Salad (V, V*, GF)

Tossed greens served with our delectable house-made dressing.

Pineapple (V, V*, GF)

Sweet, succulent, and fresh from Hawaii. Pineapple plantations played a huge part in bringing together people from different countries to live and work on this small group of islands in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.

Yakisoba (V)

A Japanese-influenced dish of stir-fried noodles and vegetables that has been modified to be vegetarian friendly.

Lomi Lomi Salmon (GF)

Not a salsa, but a side dish or wonderful add on to almost any of the entrees we have. Inspired from the Tahitian dish, possion cru, Lomi Salmon is a blend of salted salmon, diced tomatoes, onions, and green onions.

Kalua Pork

A traditional Hawaiian dish customarily cooked in an underground oven (imu). “Kalua” in Hawaiian means to “pull apart.” Shoyu Chicken This popular Japanese-influenced plate lunch staple features slow-cooked chicken in a shoyu (soy sauce) base marinade. Don’t be afraid to dig in and use your fingers along with your knife and/or fork.

Tofu Poke (V, V*)

Poke is traditionally make from raw fish seasoned with salt, soy sauce, and various seasonings. This dish features tofu (soybean curd) instead of raw fish and is extremely popular among the kids and adults of all ages in Hawaii.

Poi (V, V*, GF)

Poi was the starch staple of the traditional Hawaiian diet, made by mashing the root of the taro plant. When poi was at the table, it was unforgivable to have a quarrel; pleasant conversation and only good times were allowed.

Haupia (V, V*, GF)

Haupia is a coconut gelatin dessert. While this dessert has traditional origins, it is also a popular flavor of many other famous products found in Hawaii like Shave Ice or Haupia Pie.

Key: V= vegetarian V* = Vegan GF= Gluten Free

Haupia and Pineapple (PC: Deanna Choy '15)

Haupia and Pineapple (PC: Deanna Choy '15)

Serving Food! (PC: Deanna Choy '15)

Serving Food! (PC: Deanna Choy '15)