Eating House 1849, a plantation-inspired concept by James Beard Award-winning chef Roy Yamaguchi, opens at the Kapolei Commons (about 10 minutes from the Ko Olina Beach Villas).
The restaurant pays homage to Hawaii’s vibrant culinary heritage with a nod to restaurateurs like Peter Fernandez who opened one of the first restaurants in Hawaii back in the mid-1800s. Peter called his restaurant the Eating House and used what was available from local farmers, ranchers, foragers, and fishermen.
Chef Roy Yamaguchi blends the easy feeling and simple flavors of a plantation town with the innovative modernity of stylish cuisine. The kitchen will be headed by executive chef Randy Bangloy, who was most recently the sous chef at Roy’s Ko Olina. The Waipahu High alum is a graduate of Leeward Community College’s culinary program.
For more information, visit http://www.eatinghouse1849.com/.