From Sheraton Princess Kaiulani:
Chef Chris Kirksey and his team have prepared a lavish dinner buffet spread that evening. Among the chilled items on the dinner buffet are assorted sushi, ginger and shoyu-marinated tofu, ahi poke, lomi lomi salmon, peel and eat shrimp, build-your-own-salad-bar and a tropical fruit display. Spice rubbed, bone-in ham, prime rib with horseradish and au jus, as well as steamed crab legs and roasted leg of lamb, miso-marinated salmon, fried chicken and garlic shrimp are some of the featured entrée dishes. The dinner ends on a truly sweet note with a variety of desserts such as chocolate mousse cake, tiramisu, strawberry cheesecake, chocolate banana bread pudding and a sundae bar.
The cost is $55 for adults and $25 for children (not including tax and gratuity). Reservations can be made by calling the Dining Desk at (808) 921-4600.
There's a bonus for those looking to catch Waikiki's hottest show, Te Moana Nui, on Easter Sunday, With chef Chris Kirksey's enhanced dinner buffet on Sunday the 27th, guests can enjoy the special dinner before seeing the show in the Ainahau Showroom.
*EASTER SPECIAL BUY ONE COCKTAIL SHOW AND GET ONE COCKTIAL SHOW FREE.
The Te Moana Nui Polynesian show debuted last year to rave reviews, and it is now the hottest ticket in town. Playing in the Ainahau Showroom on Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays, Te Moana Nui is a visually stunning show that takes guests on a Polynesian journey where the history and culture of the Pacific come alive.
Dinner and show cost $105 per adult and $78.75 for children ages 5 to 12. For the cocktail show, the cost is $60 per person, and $45 for children between the ages of 5 and 12. Prices include tax and gratuity. The Sheraton Princess Kaiulani is also offering a deluxe dinner and show package, which includes a grilled ribeye dinner and table service, as well as a mixed cocktail. The cost for the deluxe dinner and show package is $155 for adults.