Welcoming Back Kaka’ako Kitchen

by rsip on January 27, 2014


Welcoming Back:

We are proud to once again offer delivery for Kaka’ako Kitchen, located in Ward Shopping Center. An independent restaurant, Kaka’ako Kitchen prepares healthy, original food options inspired by local favorites, such as the Seared Ahi Chop Salad, Kalua Pork Sandwich, Hibachi Chicken Wrap, Furikake Tempura Catfish Plate, and Island Style Chicken Linguine. They are in support of buying and using local ingredients, wherever possible, such as fresh caught fish sold at the piers off of Nimitz, Aloha Tofu and Nalo Farms fresh greens from Waimanalo. All of their food is made fresh and put into sturdy recyclable containers so that we can all better serve you as well as take care of our ‘aina.






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