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THE PINEAPPLE ROOM (BY Alan Wong) IN HONOLULU : Try a Makaha Mango Drink
























Alan Wong's Mango Month
BY SHAUN CHILLINGWORTH, MARKETING








Mango season is here and both Alan Wong's Honolulu and The Pineapple Room have specials to celebrate.


















PHOTO: COURTESY OF MAKAHA MANGOES
















"I think we have some of the best mangoes in the entire world here in Hawaii,"
says chef Alan Wong.



"And both Alan Wong's Honolulu and The Pineapple Room will be featuring mango on the menu for the entire month of June! Each restaurant will be serving a specialty mango cocktail, appetizer, entrée and dessert. We received our first batch of Makaha Mangoes, and we hope to keep more coming from all the farms!"










At Alan Wong's Honolulu, tempt your palate with a Mango specialty cocktail or try one of Chef de Cuisine Wade Ueoka's newly created selections. Be sure to save room for one of Pastry Chef Michelle Karr's weekly mango desserts. 






Specialty Cocktails

Makaha Mango Mimosa
Makaha Mango Margarita




Makaha Mango Salad

Mango Chili Vinaigrette, Hawaii Island Goat Dairy Cheese, Crispy Pipikaula









Chinese Roast Duck Leg "Two Ways"
Roasted Breast, Leg Confit, Spicy Mango Ketchup, Taro Hash Cake






Weekly Dessert Special:


Makaha Mango Pie (featured June 15-21, visit alanwongs.com for updates)

Menu items are subject to change based on product availability.

For reservations at Alan Wong's Honolulu, call 808-949-2526.

Over at The Pineapple Room Chef Lance Kosaka has created a special mango appetizer, entree and dessert.














PHOTO: ISTOCK









Appetizer


Makaha Mango Salad
Kiawe Grilled Huli Spiced Shrimp, Makaha Mango, Jicama, Nalo Greens and Mango Yuzu Chipotle Dressing







Entree

Duck A L'Mango

Pan Roasted King Cole Farms Duck Breast, Sauteed Ma'o Farms Kale and Duck Confit, Mango Sauce







Dessert

House Made Mango Sorbet

Served with Fresh Mangoes, Mango Sauce, Vanilla Bean Panna Cotta









Or try a mango cocktail by Wine Director Mark Shishido.


For reservations at The Pineapple Room, call 808-945-6573.






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Alphonso (mango)
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