Mom deserves a break on her day and why not treat her to the best like a trip to Hawaii and a evening of wining and dining she will remember forever. We’re talking exceptional epicurean delights–created by and at Chef Mavro, the Island’s top chef/restaurateur, who creates dishes that playfully arouse the senses. Mom can enjoy rare splurges on caviar, lobster, truffles, Ahi poke and other chef specials all enhanced warm, friendly service and a there’s no hurry to finish a meal motto. You can spend all the quality time you need to catch up with her. it doesn’t just have to be on Mother’s Day, May 8, you can give her a IOU certificate for dinner or email the restaurant for one of theirs. She will savor the new spring menus especially the price fixed $148 (do pop for the wine pairings, add $69 more and Chef Mavro will make excellent selections).
Here’s what she can choose from:
Day boat catch onaga crudo, pickled ogo, rainforest picked fiddlehead fern
maui onion, plum tomato, country bread crouton
cantina tramin, Hudson valley foie gras parfait, Maui gold pineapple relish
toasted pine nuts, basil, Hawaiian vanilla gelée, toasted brioche
keahole “lobster à la française,” split english peas
manoa lettuce, bacon, Tokyo turnips, essence of crustacean
wenzlau, or premium selection truffle, green asparagus, fork crushed yukon potato, bearnaise jus—says the chef, “Even though it’s not as tender as Japanese Kobe, I prefer the flavor of the Tajima!” grade 9+ wagyu medallions, eggplant miso purée charred leeks, island green peppercorn sauce.
Evening ending options (save room) include:
Ripe runny brie, whipped brie de meaux, périgord truffle accents, apple & Belgium endive
grilled walnut country bread
Chocolate delights: Waialua estate chocolate bar, matcha mousse, chocolate mocha, caramelized banana, milk chocolate banana ice cream, sesame crunch
The meal presented by Jonathan Mizukami, chef de cuisine, Joselito Calpito, pastry chef
and owner/chef George Mavrothalassitis is outrageously delicious, the experience, priceess.
Be warned the restaurant is always booked solid as they don’t turn tables like some joints do so call in advance (808) 944-4714, email, or book by email, or on OpenTable. Or reserve your table now.
Chef Mavro is a bistro-style, upscale but Aloha-friendly restaurant located in a residential area about 15-minute drive to and from Waikiki. Dress is Hawaiian-chic, no ties or jackets required but dress nice for the Chef and his staff and the other patrons.