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Celebrate Thanksgiving with a feast to-go from The Royal Hawaiian

Enjoy a stress-free holiday!

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No need to spend all day in the kitchen preparing your Thanksgiving meal! Celebrate the holiday at home this year with a Royal Thanksgiving Feast “To-Go!” prepared by Executive Chef Colin Hazama and his culinary team at The Royal Hawaiian.

The to-go dinner is $325 and serves up to fifteen people. All you have to do is place your order and then pick up your feast on Thursday, November 28, anytime between 9:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. at The Royal Hawaiian’s front entrance. Just call 921-4600 to reserve a Royal Thanksgiving Feast “To-Go!”

The feast includes a whole kiawe smoked turkey with a roasted garlic giblet country gravy and savory sides of cornbread, and sourdough stuffing with roasted Kula onions, Portuguese sausage and sage. Enjoy cheesy herb mashed potatoes, kumquat cranberry sauce, charred broccoli rabe with Nueskes Applewood bacon, roasted Ho Farms tomatoes and citrus, and butter rolls.

For dessert? A duo of treats! Finish off a decadent meal with pumpkin pecan pie and coconut custard pie with kaffir lime accents.

For those looking to eat their Thanksgiving feast, look no further than the hotel’s signature restaurant AZURE. There you can enjoy Chef Shingo Katsura’s four course Thanksgiving dinner served oceanfront with views of the beautiful Waikiki Beach. To make a reservation, just call 808-921-4600 or email

Thanksgiving day dinner at Azure:

1st Course: Fall Salad
2nd Course: Poached Lobster
3rd Course: Roasted Turkey Breast
4th Course: Kabocha Pumpkin Confit

About Chef Colin Hazama:

In January of 2018, Hazama was named Chef/Restaurateur of the Year by the Hawaii Lodging & Tourism Association at its annual Na Po’e Pa’ahana Awards. In doing so, he became the second chef to win the award; the inaugural award went to Roy Yamaguchi. In 2015, the year he was appointed executive chef at The Royal Hawaiian, Hazama was named one of Hawaii’s brightest young stars by Pacific Business News for its prestigious Forty Under 40 Class of 2015.

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