Beach House by 604 pairs amazing food with beachfront views

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Looking for the freshest fish and some of your favorite local dishes? Head to the west side of Oahu and you’ll find the Beach House by 604, a hidden gem on the shores of Pokai Bay. HI Now host Kanoe Gibson met up with Chef Sterling Arruejo to see how the restaurant makes its delicious Furikaki Ahi.

The Beach House by 604 is located in the Pililaau Army Recreation Center in Waianae at 86-100 Farrington Hwy and is open to the public. With American dishes, island favorites, and daily specials, there’s no shortage of options on the menu.

Guests can enjoy beautiful ocean views in addition to live music Thursday – Sunday. Follow the restaurant on Instagram @beach604house to see which artists are playing!

Furikake Ahi Recipe
6 oz fresh Ahi
Furikake flakes
Wasabi Cream Sauce
Kabayaki Sauce
Asian vegetables
White rice

To make Wasabi Cream Sauce:
1/4 cup wasabi powder
3 Tbl rice vinegar
2 garlic cloves
1 cup sour cream
1/2 cup mayonnaise
.75 oz fresh chives
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 tsp pepper

To make Kabayaki Sauce:
1/2 cup soy sauce
1/2 cup Mirin
1/4 cup sugar

About Chef Sterling Arruejo
Chef Sterling Arruejo is a local boy from Waipahu. After moving away to Georgia and serving time in the Army, he moved back home and graduated from culinary school. He has been with the company since the opening of Restaurant 604 in 2016. He is now the chef of his own location.

About Donovan Maples
The Beach House by 604 is owned by Donovan Maples, a local boy from Wahiawā and his wife from Waipahu. Maples is no stranger to the industry as he had moved away after high school to help his family run their own restaurant in Washington. Growing up local style, he learned quickly from his grandma to always be a great host. The Beach House by 604 adopted that same attitude so guests will always feel like family.

For more information:, Instagram: @beach604house