With uninterrupted views of the Pacific ocean, dining at Hoku’s is a complete sensory experience. Chef Eric Oto’s pursuit of elevated Hawaiian cuisine blends time-honored Pacific ingredients with intercontinental styles. Master Sommelier In-Residence Roberto Viernes curates a wine list in harmony with our culinary delights, balancing old-world regions and new-world varietals.
Hoku's Dress Code:
Brunch – Casual resort wear, shoes or dress sandals are appropriate. Swimwear, sleeveless T-shirts and athletic wear are not appropriate.
Dinner – Evening resort wear, dress shorts, Aloha wear, shoes or dress sandals are appropriate. Sleeveless T-shirts and athletic wear are not appropriate. Children up to 12 years are exempt.
Hoku’s tradition and innovation extends to the vineyard
Hoku’s story of tradition and innovation extends to the vineyard. Internationally recognized Master Sommelier In-Residence Roberto Viernes balances old-world regions and new-world varietals, curating a wine list in harmony with Chef Oto’s culinary delights. The nuances and flavors of our wines can be experienced by the bottle or by the glass.View Drink Menus
9:00am - 3:00pm
Hoku’s celebrated Sunday Brunch combines our stunning ocean views with an equally stunning menu of favorites from the land and sea. Made to order chef specialties and Hoku’s action stations include breakfast classics, sushi, poke, chilled lobster & shrimp, and freshly carved lamb & beef. The brunch experience culminates with an assortment of dessert choices and brunch cocktail refreshers.Reserve your Table
Chef Oto’s menu features four distinct themes to explore
Here is a small selection of accolades Hoku’s has picked up in recent years