Localvore Week at Humu: Farm to Table Dining at Grand Wailea
By Erica Garza
Humuhumunukunukuapua’a, Grand Wailea’s gourmet restaurant, is celebrating locally grown food in Maui with their Localvore Week dining menu starting Sunday, March 13th through Saturday, March 19th.
The menu, designed by Executive Chef Isaac Bancaco, features Maui-grown items from Anuhea, CN, Evonuk, Otani and Waipoli Hydroponic Farms. Indulge in farm-to-table dining in Maui, featuring everything from papaya seed dressing and crisp Kula onions to Olowalu tomatoes and even blue spiced monchong.
“All Grown on Maui” Papaya-Baby Tatsoi Toss
with Papaya Seed Dressing, Red Radish and Crisp Kula Onions
Olowalu Tomato “Martini”
Grape Tomato Concasse, Mozzarella,
Caper Berry Skewer and Basil Drip
Kalbi Muscovy Duck Breast
with Spring Pea Tendrils, Blue Lake Beans,
Duck Confit Jasmine Rice and Candied Kumquats
Blue Spiced Monchong
with Blue Crab, CN Farms Baby Spinach, Kula White Corn Grits and Yuzu-White Corn Pico de Gallo
Created by Chef Isaac Bancaco
Peanut Crème Caramel
with Local Organic Apple Banana “Brulee”
and Cinnamon Rum Cremeux
Created by Pastry Chef Natalie Wilkinson
The cost is $59 per person, excluding tax and service charge. Call 808-875-1234 x4900 for reservations. The next Localvore menu will be offered at Bistro Molokini March 20th-26th.
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