Specials for Aloha Friday, October 23, 2020

Specials for Aloha Friday, October 23, 2020

Salad Specials

Salmon, avocado and crab tempura roll over somen noodles, drizzled with kabayaki, garlic aioli, tobiko and Furikake, served with a side of greens with cucumber and edamame, miso onion vinaigrette – $14.99

California style sushi salad with shrimp tempura, soy wasabi sauce $14.79


Entrée Specials

Slow roasted seasoned pork ribs glazed with a tamarind barbecue sauce – $15.99

Grilled chicken breast over penne pasta with a tomato basil sauce – $15.49

Sauteed mahi mahi topped with a Hamakua mushroom, tomato and ogo relish and soy vinaigrette – $16.79


Dessert Special

Shannon’s secret dessert – Please give us a call Friday morning to find out!


Chef’s Dinner Special (available from 4:00 pm – 7:30 pm)

 Roast prime rib of beef with au jus and horseradish cream, served with roasted garlic mashed potatoes and fresh green salad – $22.99


Need a quick dinner entree tonight?

Local style Roast Pork with Gravy

           Portioned for 2 people – $16.00 – ENTRÉE ONLY (does not include sides)

           Portioned for 4 people – $30.00– ENTRÉE ONLY (does not include sides)


There’s more!

Ahi/Quinoa/Tofu burger with a Tsukemono Remoulade, Sliced Cucumbers, Pickled Onions and Lettuce – $7.59


Smoked ahi dip – $6.00 (8 ounce) / $12.00 (16 ounce)     

Kamaboko dip – $5.00                                                             

Pickled onions with ogo – $5.00            

Ritz crackers  – $2.00/roll

Ulu Chips – $3.79/bag


Have a great weekend Kauai, and thank you for your support!  We’ll see you on Monday!




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