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Cane & Taro is now breakfast ‘hot spot’

January 14, 2010
The Maui News
Ever since it opened last year, Cane & Taro in the former original Rusty Harpoon in Kaanapali has been popular with visitors for breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks in the bar. Now, it’s fast becoming a local hot spot during its breakfast hours from 8 to 11 a.m. daily because of its ramen special and more. The secret ingredient is an aromatic truffle oil. Regular selections include saimin with Iwamoto noodles freshly made in Paia along with shoyu-braised pork, kamaboko (fish cake) and poached egg in the chef’s secret dashi, or soup stock, topped with nori and scallions. Those with a sweet tooth will find thick Hawaiian sweet bread, stuffed with fresh-fruit cream cheese, deep fried with a macadamia-nut crust, served with berry compote and whipped coconut cream. Or you may dig into Mom Kodama’s plantation meatloaf with house-made gravy, crispy onion strings and two eggs any style with steamed rice. “During lunch and dinner, Chef Royden Sato’s fresh fish creations are also a must try,” says Cane & Taro Manager Kenny Yamanoue. Choose from sushi such as the spicy tuna roll and the dragonfly roll as well as three different types of carpaccio and two different types of sashimi. Entrees of the deep blue include roasted “monster” garlic prawns and seafood fettuccine. For more details, call Cane & Taro at 662-0668.

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The Maui News / CARLA TRACY photo
Executive Chef Royden Sato not only excels at breakfast selections, but he dazzles with a host of sushi and seafood entrees during the lunch and the dinner services.

 
 
 

 

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