Hoku’s fall harvest sake dinner


I got an invitation this week from Hue Oldham, the public relations manager at the Kahala Resort, to check out their annual fall harvest dinner at Hoku’s — which was great, since I had not dined at Hoku’s in years. This particular event comes around only once a year, but it’s worth a mention because they have similar programs all the time, and this meal was outstanding.

Wayne Hirabayashi is still the executive chef, but we got to taste some of executive pastry chef Jeremy Choo’s wares, as well. Chris Pearce from World Sake Imports was on hand to pour sake and explain the various bottles featured. Here’s a look at the dinner, which I’m still dreaming about:

Hoku’s Fall Harvest Sake Dinner

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Hoku’s famous ahi spread, which they serve with an assortment of unique breads by executive pastry chef Jeremy Choo.