Actress Katrina Law weighs in on some of her favorite restaurants around the Big Island worth visiting in the near future.
“I moved to O‘ahu with my family in August and I think it is pretty safe to say that we are all loving island life,” says Law.
(1670 Honoapi‘ilani Highway, Wailuku, millhousemaui.com)
The casual elegance of the Mill House’s outdoor lanai, surrounded by tropical flowers and mountain grasses of the Waikapu
Valley, complements a farm-to-fork menu reflecting a bit of local paradise.
Insider’s tip What could be more Hawaiian than farm-fresh ingredients in dishes like Big Island Aliʻi mushroom or Hawaiian
grass-fed rib-eye? Cachaça cocktails and the signature Sesame Chocolate Bomb seal the deal.
(83 N. King St., Chinatown, thepigandthelady.com)
“I have had the mouth-watering privilege of eating at places such as The Pig and The Lady,” shared actress Katrina Law of Hawaii 5-0 on her recent move to the islands. ”Everyone on Hawaii 5-0 went out of their way to make me feel welcome. I’ve had crew members’ mothers cook my family welcoming meals.”
Insider’s tip The Pig and The Lady continues to be a hot spot for star sightings. Past visitors have been Karen Gilland and Jack Black of Jumanji and Hawaii 5-0 cast members are regulars. Try the new Whole Branzino Cham Chéo salt-cured with rare mac khén pepper from Điên Biên with a bright lemongrass and herb sauce.
The Pig and the Lady's Whole Branzino with Cham Chéo
Photography by: Portrait by Brett Erickson, makeup by Anthony
Merante, hair by Lucy Gedjeyan; and styling by Adena Rohatiner;
Food photo courtesy of The Pig & The Lady