O'ahu Steak Hotspot La Hiki

O'ahu Steak Hotspot La Hiki

December 12, 2019 by Claire Harper

If you’re looking for the best selection of meats—think grass-fed Kunoa Cattle Co. beef, Colorado lamb and A5 Australian wagyu—look no further than popular eatery La Hiki. One of the Four Seasons Resort O‘ahu at Ko Olina’s three signature restaurants, the famed locale expanded its cult-favorite Friday Night Steak Nights into a weekly five-night steak experience. Helmed by farm-to-table pioneer chef Simeon Hall Jr., the new venture features two dining experiences: La Hiki Kitchen, a daily gourmet buffet, and La Hiki Steak, boasting prime cuts, island-inspired dishes and craft libations. If you’re dining with a group, opt for the signature Butcher’s Block (recommended for four people). The chef serves your table five premium cuts, six chef-made sauces (including savory and sweet options like bearnaise and oxtail demi-glace) and your choice of sides. If you’re like us, your mouth is salivating at the thought—and it’s just the start. From a prepared-tableside beef tartare and the renowned Kunoa beef burger—a recipe the chef remains tight-lipped about, making it all the more enticing—to a seared cauliflower steak with heirloom Kahumana Organic Farms carrots for vegan diners, there’s simply no wrong choice. Insider tip: Order the chef’s daily charcuterie board at your next happy hour. The standout app is made by La Hiki’s in-house charcuterie program, which is showcased annually during the Hawaii Food & Wine Festival—and it’s clear the dish is crafted by experts. Tue.-Fri., 5-11pm, 92-1001 Olani St., Kapolei, 679.0079













O'ahu Steak Hotspot La Hiki

December 12, 2019 by Claire Harper

If you’re looking for the best selection of meats—think grass-fed Kunoa Cattle Co. beef, Colorado lamb and A5 Australian wagyu—look no further than popular eatery La Hiki. One of the Four Seasons Resort O‘ahu at Ko Olina’s three signature restaurants, the famed locale expanded its cult-favorite Friday Night Steak Nights into a weekly five-night steak experience. Helmed by farm-to-table pioneer chef Simeon Hall Jr., the new venture features two dining experiences: La Hiki Kitchen, a daily gourmet buffet, and La Hiki Steak, boasting prime cuts, island-inspired dishes and craft libations. If you’re dining with a group, opt for the signature Butcher’s Block (recommended for four people). The chef serves your table five premium cuts, six chef-made sauces (including savory and sweet options like bearnaise and oxtail demi-glace) and your choice of sides. If you’re like us, your mouth is salivating at the thought—and it’s just the start. From a prepared-tableside beef tartare and the renowned Kunoa beef burger—a recipe the chef remains tight-lipped about, making it all the more enticing—to a seared cauliflower steak with heirloom Kahumana Organic Farms carrots for vegan diners, there’s simply no wrong choice. Insider tip: Order the chef’s daily charcuterie board at your next happy hour. The standout app is made by La Hiki’s in-house charcuterie program, which is showcased annually during the Hawaii Food & Wine Festival—and it’s clear the dish is crafted by experts. Tue.-Fri., 5-11pm, 92-1001 Olani St., Kapolei, 679.0079