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Here's a Sneak Peek at International Market Place's Restaurant Week Hawai‘i 2017 Offerings

(Sponsored) Make Your Reservations at International Market Place for Restaurant Week Hawai‘i, Nov. 10–19.


Restaurant Week Hawaii International Market Place

Photo: Courtesy of International Market Place


This year, celebrate 10 days of Restaurant Week at International Market Place from Friday, Nov. 10, to Sunday, Nov. 19. Enjoy fine-dining dishes and delectable bites at special prices from 10 of Waikīkī’s best restaurants. Check out Restaurant Week offers from these restaurants:



Chef selection of sushi/sashimi/maki rolls

Baku salad

ginger-garlic duck breast


$40 per person, view menu.


Eating House 1849 by Chef Roy Yamaguchi

Grilled Caesar salad

Choice of: Eating House paella, garlic-soy-grilled chicken or wafu-style glazed beef short rib

Roy’s chocolate soufflé

$48 per person, view menu.


Flour and Barley

Choice of: Tomato caprese, arugula & kale salad or meatballs

Choice of: Margherita pizza, calabrese pizza, kālua pork pizza, genovese pizza or shrimp & penne alla vodka

Choice of one to share: Chocolate mousse or cannolis

$35 per person, add wine/beer pairing for an additional $20, view menu.


Goma Tei Ramen

Japanese-style seafood fried rice

Ban ban ji chicken


Soft poached egg

$16.95 per person, view menu.



Choice of: Buffalo octopus or California avo toast

Daily catch

Assorted ice cream and sorbet

$60 per person, view menu.


Kona Grill

Choice of: Chicken & shrimp lettuce wraps, oriental salad or Picasso roll

Choice of: Macadamia nut chicken, Kona churrasco or lemon-garlic shrimp penne

Choice of: Fudge brownie or passionfruit crème brûlée

$30 per person, view menu.


STRIPSTEAK by Chef Michael Mina

Choice of: B-L-T wedge salad or king crab & lobster tacos

Choice of: 6 oz. USDA Prime Angus filet mignon or 6 oz. blackened ora king salmon

Devil’s food cake

$65 per person, add wine pairing for additional $30, view menu.



Hot and sour soup with chicken

Baked venison puff

Har gau

XO scallop dumpling

Pork and prawn shui mai

Kona kampachi with homemade soy sauce

Jasmine tea smoked pork ribs

Stir-fry Hawaiian baby pak choi with garlic

Egg and scallion fried rice

Choice of: Lychee martini or Cha Tai

$58 per person, minimum of two people, view menu.


The Street: A Michael Mina Social House

Breakfast at La Mill

Choice of: Any standard acai bowl or breakfast sandwich

Cup of freshly brewed La Mill drip coffee

$12 per person.


Lunch at Little Lafa

Choice of: Any Lafa combo plate

$15 per person.


Dinner at Ayesha Curry’s International Smoke

Choice of: 1 protein and 2 sides

Side of rice

Choice of: Banana or chocolate pudding

Fountain soda

$17.99 per person.

View menu


Kona Coffee Purveyors

Pumpkin Sundae

A seasonal pumpkin pie-filled kouign amann topped with Fior de Latte gelato and hand-whipped cinnamon cream, sprinkled with candied nuts.

Neopolitan Sundae

The classic kouign amann topped with Fior de Latte gelato layered with a chocolate ganache and strawberries.

Strawberry Guava Sundae

A strawberry-and-guava-filled kouign amann topped with Fior de Latte gelato, macerated strawberries and banana.

View menu


For more information on International Market Place, visit shopinternationalmarketplace.com. For more information on Restaurant Week Hawai‘i, visit restaurantweekhawaii.com.


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