Mahi‘ai Table Offers Craveworthy Homegrown Dishes That Celebrate Island Farmers

(Sponsored) Foodland Farms’ Kapolei restaurant offers nightly live music, locally sourced ingredients and, coming next month, new items for breakfast, lunch and dinner.


Foodland Farms Mahiai Table Spread

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Located at Foodland Farms Ka Makana Ali‘i, Mahi‘ai Table is a celebration of local heritage.



Foodland Farms Mahiai Table Handcrafted Juices

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Foodland Farms’ first in-store restaurant and bar begins with homegrown ingredients sourced from local farms such as Mari’s Garden, Ho Farms and MA‘O Organic Farms (mahi‘ai means farmer, after all), which are chopped, diced, sautéed and transformed into mouthwatering, local-inspired dishes and inventive cocktails big on freshness and flavor.


Mahi‘ai Table is open seven days a week for lunch, dinner and pau hana (a generous three hours—2 to 5 p.m.!—for diners), plus breakfast on the weekends. Join the restaurant for an evening of soulful vibes with live music every 5 to 8 p.m. Check out Mahi‘ai Table’s live music schedule here.


Foodland Farms Mahiai Table Bar

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The farm-to-table concept offers rotating weekly specials that keeps the menu fresh. Plus, diners will soon get to try more local-inspired, locally grown eats, including: chicken n’ pancakes, adobo hash and an egg Sammy for breakfast; mochiko-crusted ‘ahi belly, spicy garlic noodles and “Kaua‘i Guy”—Goteburg meat, basil mac nut pesto, fresh mozzarella, Ho Farms tomatoes and Makaha Mountain Farms microgreens. These and many more new items (pandan lattes and ube cream puffs, anyone?) will join Mahi‘ai Table’s refreshed menu starting early April.


For more information on Mahi‘ai Table, visit