Kai Market

Kai Market
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Phone (808) 922-4422
Address 2255 Kalakaua Ave, Honolulu, HI 96815
The restaurant offers breakfast and dinner meals, buffet style, in the Sheraton Waikiki.

• Food Types: Bar / Appetizers • Food Types: Hawaiian / Plate Lunch • Food Types: Seafood • Payment: $$$ - Pricey - $30 to $60 • Meals: Breakfast
• Meals: Dinner • Service Type: Table • Offers: Ocean Views • Offers: Open Air / Outdoor Seating

Located in the Sheraton Waikiki, Kai Market is all about using Hawaii's freshest, locally-grown products which are prepared by Executive Chef Darren Demaya and his team.

The restaurant enchants with views of the resort's new infinity edge pool and Waikiki Beach. The cuisine was inspired by the "food fair" of plantation tables of Hawaii over 100 years ago that brought on an influx of ethnic cuisine to the islands.

The menu draws inspiration from both the traditional Hawaiian delicacies and the multi-ethnic generations of Hawaii's people and their roots to the plantations. The breakfast menu is separated into two distinct options: Island Breakfast buffet and a la carte choices.

The Island breakfast menu is comprised of hot offerings such as miso soup and steamed Nishiki premium rice, cold offerings that include kunia farms pineapple and sweet offerings that include options of guava & taro breakfast breads among other selections. The a la carte menu consists of a wide variety of options including Hawaiian kalua (smoked) pork hash, eggs benedict, Kai Market local style beef stew omelets, among varying choices of beverages, hot & cold cereals, side orders and fresh fruit & juices.

The Dinner Menu features two different buffets: One with regular meal selections Sunday through Thursday, the other menu features seafood for weekend choices (Friday and Saturday). The weekday dinner menu includes choices such as the island fresh market fish at the Chef's carving station, hot offering delights such as white wine and garlic steamed manila clams, cold offering meals that include hawaiian style ahi (big-eye tuna) poke with maui onions, ogo, and Hawaiian sea salt and sweet treats such as chocolate pot de’cream and Coconut haupia tapioca.

The weekend dinner menu showcases a line-up of seafood choices. Seafood options start with Alaskan snow crab legs, with drawn butter or garlic butter among a plethora of choices at the Chef's carving station. The expansive menu also includes hot meals such as ginger & garlic black bean manila clams, cold options that include choices of pier 38 fresh sashimi (big-eye tuna); soy sauce & wasabi, kimchi marinated tako (octopus), poke with cucumbers, and kula green onions.