Sam Choy’s unveils new lunch, dinner menus

(Via Ho’okele News)

The kalua pork tostada is a new appetizer on Sam Choy's menu. Photo courtesy of Sam Choy's Island Style Seafood Grille

Reid Tokeshi

Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam Morale, Welfare and Recreation

Sam Choy’s Island Style Seafood Grille introduced updated menus Oct. 12, featuring new lunch and dinner items and a new Sunday brunch menu.

Sarah Wiggins, general manager, said that the updates are the brainchild of Harold Beltran, executive chef.

“Chef worked tirelessly to breathe life into our existing menus, updating them with new and exciting options to please every guest,” Wiggins said.

One of the new items on the lunch menu, which Wiggins names as one of her favorites, is designed to appeal to health-conscious diners.

The fire-grilled vegetable sandwich is a combination of portobello mushrooms, zucchini and bell peppers, topped with alfalfa sprouts and ripened tomato. A variety of appetizers, soups, salads, sandwiches and entrees complete the menu.

Wiggins described one of the new entrees, sea scallops with soy-mustard butter sauce as “not only delicious, but beautiful.”

The biggest change is the new Sunday brunch menu, which Wiggins said is a response to customers looking for something apart from the traditional buffet.

In addition to the usual brunch items such as omelets and waffles, other choices now include appetizers, sandwiches, entrees, soups and salads. Wiggins said the menu now offers something for everyone, for every budget.

Wiggins said the Cajun ahi Benedict features Cajun-crusted ahi medallions, garnished with a relish of crabmeat, sweet peppers, Maui onions and shiitake mushrooms.

Members who sign up for the Ohana Club receive 10 percent off each time they dine at Sam Choy’s.

“With our new menus providing delicious food and our breathtaking views, you’ve got the winning combination for any meal,” Wiggins said.

Sam Choy’s Island Style Seafood Grille is located on Mamala Bay Drive near the waterfront of Hickam Beach.

For more information or to make a reservation, call 422-3002.

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