Hawaiian Grown Kitchen features some of the sought-after restaurants for customers to be aware of the products and services that the business offers.
We have featured Brown's Beach House, an award-winning place for the classic island fine dining experience located near the shore. Simple and pure flavors come from locally grown produce creating an original, Hawaii Island-inspired cuisine.
One episode of Hawaiian Grown Kitchen headed to Kekela Farms in Waimea and features the Waimea Field Greens. We also feature Milly Bays Tanaka, infomercial king as he tours the Mountain Thunder Coffee Plantation to promote the pure and high quality Organic Kona Coffee.
We also feature Moloa'a Organica's Farms and meet Ned Whitlock to pick some fresh organic fennel in Kilauea, Kauai. Next stop is at Roy’s Bar and Grill Po’ipu where we had a taste of beet and fennel salad prepared by Corporate Chef Mark Pomanski.
Hawaiian Grown Kitchen has also featured Kai Market, a new farm-to-table eatery at the Sheraton Waikiki Resort. Kai Market offers discriminating taste of Hawaii's freshest, local products and skillfully prepared by Executive Chef Darren Demaya.
One episode features Hamakua Springs Country Farms on the Big Island to meet Richard Ha and tour his popularly known Hamakua Tomatoes. First and foremost, Hamakua Springs Country Farms is a family business.
Hawaiian Grown Kitchen also visits Mera Pharmaceuticals for their famous Kona Sea Salt. We headed to Oahu to Waikiki Beachwalk to feature a chic Sicilian cuisine and Italian restaurant which uses Kona Sea Salt with their dishes. Taormina offers the finest in Sicilian dining pleasure that you can get. All the dishes are prepared with dedication and pride to give the excellent cuisine. Sauces, breads and entrees are created to fulfill a quality that customers expect.
Hawaiian Grown Kitchen is here to feature the best your business can offer to different kinds of customers. We have great adventure and fun as we explore to different places to boost and promote various restaurants and farms.