Valentine's Day menus in Honolulu

Courtesy of Chef Mavro
Pavlova at Chef Mavro

[Editor's note: The Pig and the Lady Valentine's day menu added 2/3]

Brasserie du Vin is one of the few restaurants to offer its regular dinner menu on Valentine's Day, in addition to a four-course dinner ($45/$70 with wine pairings) with caraway-crusted ahi and crispy skin opakapaka. Another bonus? Valentine's Day falls on Tuesday, when bottles of wine are half-off. 545-1115

Valentine's Day is completely booked at Chef Mavro, but there's still space on Valentine's Eve to enjoy a decadent meal of uni, foie gras, lobster, lamb and the famous pavlova. 944-4714. Full menu at Click here to see a video on the pavlova.

Catch dinner and a movie at Doris Duke Theatre, featuring a French buffet by EAT Catering and Cafe, music by Hotclub of Hulaville, followed by a screening of French romantic comedy La Fée.
$45/$40 museum members, 6-7:30pm, tickets must be purchased by noon, 2/13 at

Special menu selections at Hula Grill Waikiki include rock shrimp and spinach ravioli, butter poached lobster with kabocha squash gnocchi, red velvet mascarpone cake.  923-4852 or

There are two options at Hyatt Waikiki. Japengo's menu ($69/$89 with sake) includes torched hamachi and soft shell crab and lobster in a black bean sauce. Shor's menu ($59) features a lobster bisque, surf and turf, and a dessert buffet. 923-1234 extension 59 or online at

There's a host of options at The Kahala: from February 10-19, a prixe fixe ($115/$160 with wine pairings) at Hoku's; an aphrodisiac buffet ($70) at the Plumeria Beach House on February 10, 11, 14, 17 and 18; or go all out with a custom-designed five-course meal ($350/couple) for up to 4 people in a private beachside cabana. Afterwards, enjoy dessert and after dinner drinks by the fire on the beach. 739-8888 or online

Nobu's seven-course menu includes a seared hotate tiradito with mochi yuba, butter poached lobster, a wagyu beef duo and finishes with a Pinot Noir truffle with burnt caramel ice cream. 237-6999 or

Orchids' Valentine's Day menu ($89) is available from February 11 to Feburary 14, featuring a salad of hearts (heart of palm and romaine hearts), lobster with caviar, and a braised veal shank. 923-2311 or

The Pig and the Lady's red-themed, six-course dinner ($75) from February 12-16 starts with salt-baked beets and raspberries, includes bun rieu (a crab and tomato rice noodle soup) and ends with a haw flake dessert with olive oil cake and shiso.

At Prima, the five-course menu (subject to change, $60) includes a heart of palm and lobster salad, agnolotti with cauliflower and uni, duck breast with beets. Regular menu also available. 888-8933

Salt's V-day menu ($75/$100 with wine) starts with an aphrodisiac shooter with oyster, uni, cava, quail egg and grapefruit "caviar" and ends with a chocolate terrine. 744-7567

Get carried away at Shokudo with your honey(toast). It's the usual dinner menu at Shokudo, but from February 6 through Feb 14, candles and balloons will provide ambiance. 941-3701

Stage is still finalizing its 5 course dinner ($75/$105 with wine pairings), offered Saturday Feb 11, Monday Feb 13, Tuesday Feb 14. 237-5429

In addition to the regular menus, Tiki's offers a four course prix fixe ($49) with a chocolate fondue for two. Dip in strawberries and a peanut butter and banana slider. Need we say more? 923-8454. Full menu and reservations at

Vino is offering a five course menu ($55) beginning with a crabcakes in a lobster-uni sauce, a main course option of steak and handmade trofie pasta, closing out with a chocolate tiramisu and raspberry sorbet. 533-4476