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Experience a True Taste of Hawai‘i with the Return of Fanta-Sea

(Sponsored) Take an An Epicurean Journey.



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The Royal Hawaiian, a Luxury Collection Resort and Executive Chef Colin Hazama is partnering with Wing Sing Seafood to bring a true taste of Hawaii with the return of Fanta-Sea. The two-part epicurean experience begins with a cocktail reception and dinner at Azure Restaurant on Friday, June 24, followed by an exclusive tour of Wing Sing Seafood’s warehouse by owners Don and Calvin Leong on Saturday morning, June 25.

 

The menu for June will include:

Auction Aku Tasting from Skip-jack to Wavy-back

Tataki + Spicy Poke + Smoked Consommé + Crispy Fried + Dried

 

Local Wild Caught Grilled Tako

Shaved Nalo Farms Fennel + Piri Piri Emulsion + Wailea Ag Preserved Meyer Lemon + Lardo  Ululoa Micro Arugula & Pea Tendrils

 

Auction Block Frutti Di Mare

Hapuupuu + Squid Ink Malloreddus Pasta + Molokai Ama Ebi + Kahuku Sea Asparagus

Housemade Portuguese Sausage + Ho Farms Currant Tomatoes + Keahole Lobster Essence

 

Red Wine Poached Pier 38 Monchong

Bone Marrow Waialua Asparagus Puree + Shaved Bottarga + Hamakua Piopinni Mushrooms Maris Garden Glazed Baby Carrots + Crispy Veal Sweetbreads + Black Burgundy Truffles 

 

Hawaiian Choco-nut Bar

Tonka Bean + Golden Glow Mango Sponge + Lilikoi Crisp + Kona Dragonfruit Hibiscus Jus

 

For reservations, please call the Starwood Waikiki Dining Desk at 808-921-4600 or click here.

 

Remaining Fanta-Sea dinners are: August 26 and 27; October 21 and 22; and December 16 and 17.

 

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