Fête

Restaurant Week Hawaii Menu

Vida Farms Kale Caesar
Mimosa eggs, tomatoes, bacon, cheese crisp

Ni’ihau Lamb Cavatelli
House-made ricotta cavatelli, fennel, saffron, olives, mint, parsley, preserved lemon

Local Honey Panna Cotta
Butter mochi, mango goodie goodie, pizzelle cookie

$38


Oahu's 2016 Ilima winner for Best New Restaurant in Hawaii. 

"Rooted in the local farm-to-table movement — a place where seasonality and culinary tradition are celebrated in tandem.

One part Hawaii and one part Brooklyn. The atmosphere shares a brasserie feel with a laid-back island sensibility—a celebration and homage to all of our favorite things we enjoy eating and drinking. 

Crafted with brick & reclaimed wood, our urban Hawaiian farmhouse features an open kitchen, lush plant wall, brick walls, and lots of natural light in a historic Chinatown building. The bar mixes classic and modern cocktails with artisanal flare with a well-curated wine list.


LOCATION/CONTACT

HOURS

  • Lunch: Monday–Saturday 11am–2pm
  • Pau Hana Snacks: Monday–Saturday: 2pm–5pm
  • Dinner: Monday–Thursday: 5pm–10pm; Friday–Saturday: 5pm–11pm

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Grondin:French-Latin Kitchen

RESTAURANT WEEK HAWAII PRIX FIXE MENU
Available for Lunch and Dinner

FIRST COURSE
Market Salad*
Local mixed greens, cherry tomatoes, radish, red onion, citrus viaigrette

Or

French Onion Soup
Croutons, gruyère

SECOND COURSE
Adobo Pork Chop
Pork loin chip, annatto rice, frijoles negros

Or

Chicken Mole
Mole negro, annatto rice, pickled red jalapeño, lime crema, cilatro

Or

Pan Roasted Market Fish
Pan roasted corn ragu, annato rice, aji amarillo, queso fresco

THIRD COURSE
Creme Brulee

$30++ per person


"Girl meets boy, and the result is charcuterie & ceviche, coq au vin & chuleta (here, a Latin-spiced pork chop) served up in a French bistro-styled dining room. Owners Jenny Grondin and David Segarra, who helped open the Fatty Crab and Fatty 'Cue restaurants in New York City, set up their own pet project in Honolulu's Chinatown reflecting their heritage (hers French, his Ecuadorian)." - Martha Cheng, The Wall Street Journal, March 2017

French bistro meets Latin Social Club at Grondin: French-Latin Kitchen. All ingredients are carefully sourced and local when possible. Favorites amongst the regulars and Press include: the house Charcuterie, Kauai Prawn Ceviche, Bone Marrow, Au Jus Burger, Chicken Mole, Cassoulet, Duck Breast, Steak Frites, homemade ice-cream, just to name a few. To pair with such a unique blend of cuisines, Grondin has put together a list of handpicked and reasonably priced wine, craft beers, and classically made cocktails using fresh ingredients.

Grondin is known for its casual bistro atmosphere, unique cuisine, and excellent service. Monthly events include live Jazz played by renowned musicians every last Sunday during brunch, and a funk & soul selection played by Feelrite, Hnl every second Sunday during brunch and late night First Fridays. Plug into social media for daily specials and holiday events, or reserve the garden to celebrate your next private gathering or holiday party.


LOCATION/CONTACT

HOURS

  • Lunch, Wednesday–Friday, 11am–2pm
  • Brunch, Saturday–Sunday, 10am–2pm
  • Dinner, Monday–Sunday, 5pm–9pm (open for dinner every day, during Restaurant Week Hawaii only)
  • Happy Hour, Wednesday–Sunday, 5pm–6pm at the bar
  • Closed Monday & Tuesday

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Kona Coffee Purveyors | b. patisserie

RESTAURANT WEEK HAWAII Specials

Pumpkin Sundae – $9
A seasonal pumpkin-pie filled Kouign Amann topped with Fior de Latte gelato and hand-whipped cinnamon cream, sprinkled with candied nuts 

Neapolitan Sundae – $9
The classic Kouign Amann topped with Fior de Latte gelato layered with a chocolate ganache and strawberries

Strawberry Guava Sundae – $9
A strawberry and guava filled Kouign Amann topped with Fior de Latte gelato, topped with sliced bananas


Gourmet French bakery of James Beard Finalist, Belinda Leong paired with gourmet Kona coffee from master roaster, Raymond Suiter. Delicious fresh-baked French pastries and sandwiches paired with delicious espresso, coffee and craft beverages to satisfy any thirst in a modern space.


LOCATION/CONTACT

HOURS

  • Daily, 6am–10pm

Servco Lexus is proud to be the official vehicle sponsor of the 10th Annual Restaurant Week Hawaii 2017!

In celebration, Lexus customers who valet their Lexus will receive four hours of complimentary valet parking at the International Market Place.

Drive your Lexus to the third level valet during November 10–19 from 10am to 11pm HST to receive the four-hour parking validation. Parking entrance is located on Kuhio Avenue.

Le Bistro

RESTAURANT WEEK HAWAII MENU

FIRST COURSE
Choice of:

Ahi Tartare, Gorgonzola, Avocado, Chive Oil

or

Escargot Bourgogne

SECOND COURSE
Choice of:

Soupe à l’oignon Gratinée 

or

Caramelized Orange Salad, Candied Walnuts, Gorgonzola, Tangerine Citronette

 

THIRD COURSE
Choice of:

Lamb Bolognese
Colorado Lamb Ragu w/ Spaghetti

or

Beef Duo
Wagyu Slider, Foie Gras Center & Braised Short Ribs

or

Le Bistro Bouillabaisse
Scallops, Mussels, Clams, Shrimp. Fresh Catch

FOURTH COURSE
Le Bistro’s Apple Tarte Fines

or

Le Bistro’s Chocolate Bread Pudding

$45 per guest


Le Bistro restaurant presents phenomenal Classic French cuisine using fresh local ingredients in a comfortable atmosphere. With a diverse menu from award winning Executive Chef Alan Takasaki, and a wine list thoughtfully cultivated by Master Sommelier, Patrick Okubo, your dining experience will be one to remember. Opening its doors in 2001, and located just 20 minutes from bustling Waikiki, Le Bistro remains a true “hidden gem” in the Hawaii dining scene.


LOCATION/CONTACT

HOURS

  • Monday: 5:30pm–8:30pm
  • Tuesday: Closed
  • Wednesday–Thursday: 5:30pm–8:30pm
  • Friday–Saturday: 5:00pm–9:30pm
  • Sunday: 5:00pm–8:30pm