No Reservations Required: Chef Chai’s Mother’s Day Meal Kits
(Sponsored) You don’t need a dine-in table to enjoy the restaurant’s popular, ready-to-heat Wiki Wiki Boxes, but you do need to order ahead.
Restaurants are typically booked up for Mother’s Day weekend, and—with all eateries at limited capacity these days—that likely won’t be changing this year. But before you sigh in defeat, roll your sleeves and bust out the pots and pans, here’s an option that gives Mom a high-end, restaurant-quality dinner, and you some extra time to run out for flowers and a card.
Chef Chai started the Wiki Wiki Box, its line of ready-to-eat gourmet meal kits, last year as a creative, and wallet-friendly, solution for dining during the pandemic. The boxes have been so popular that the restaurant has continued to sell them through 2021—which is good news for us. Chef Chai has a special Wiki Wiki Box prepped just for Mother’s Day this year, which includes plenty of seafood (think Alaskan king crab cakes, prawns roasted butternut squash and lobster bisque and baked salmon stuffed with lobster, crab meat and creamy leek sauce) plus other dishes in the appetizer, entrée and dessert categories. Each order comes with simple heating instructions.
The Mother’s Day Wiki Wiki Box can be ordered for two ($140) or three ($210), either online or by calling the restaurant directly at (808) 585-0011. Drive-through pickup will be available on Saturday, May 8, and Sunday, May 9, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Depending on where you live, delivery is available for $12 to $15 extra.