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With the recent surge in COVID-19 infection rates and strict operating guidelines, restaurants have been forced to think creatively in order to survive. Most now offer take-out while others have developed specific to-go menus.
That’s why Chef Chai is taking the eat-at-home concept to another level with his Wiki Wiki Dinner Boxes, which offer weekly meals for families of two to four people! HI Now host Kanoe Gibson is in the kitchen with Chef Chai himself to get a closer look at what comes in each box. He’ll even be demonstrating how to make a simple yet tasty salad at home!
A small box for two costs $120 and a large box for four is priced at $220. Depending on the size selection, the box will include either two or four entrée servings. That means eight total for a couple, or 16 in total for a small family. Also included is a salad of greens, sweet onions, Japanese cucumber, tomatoes and carrots with a tangerine vinaigrette. And for dessert, there’s Hawaiian sweet bread pudding with roasted pineapples and Tahitian vanilla crème anglaise!
“No grocery shopping, no prepping, no cooking, no cleaning… just heat and enjoy,” Chaowasaree says. “It can also be delivered or picked up curbside.”
Be sure to place your orders 48 hours in advance. Easy drive through pick up is available Sundays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. You can place your orders online at chefchai.com or call (808) 585-0011!
About Chef Chai:
Chai Chaowasaree, owner and chef of Chef Chai at Pacifica Honolulu, is recognized as one of Hawaii’s top Hawaii Regional Cuisine chefs. Known for fusing fresh Hawaii ingredients with the exotic flavors of Asia, Chef Chai has created a culinary style that reflects the cultural diversity of Oahu and the Hawaiian Islands.