(Kale Caesar Salad)
You’ll love the brand-new flavors launched at Turtle Bay Resort’s pool bar.
“We are always looking to freshen up our look and dining options as well as keep our guests' tastebuds excited and engaged,” explains The Point Sunset & Pool Bar Manager Michael Barry.
The new menu at The Point covers all appetites. There truly is something for everyone, whether they want a healthy bite or to treat themselves to traditional comfort food. Menu highlights include the North Shore Style Fish Tacos, Island Grilled Cheese, and the Coconut Avocado Hummus.
For all you traditional fish taco fans, the brand new ones on the menu will have you reeling. They start off with long-line caught Kajaki freshly delivered daily then grilled and topped with a homemade smoked salsa verde, teriyaki sauce, Pan-Asian slaw, lime crème and queso fresco on warm flour tortillas. The dish is complete with a side of tortilla chips and house made salsa.
(Kiawe Grilled BBQ Guava Chicken Sandwich)
The Island Grilled Cheese is freshly sliced Hau'ula tomato, thick cut bacon, and melted white cheddar cheese oozing out of a Texas Toast style bread.
And don’t forget the Coconut Avocado Hummus. It’s a blend of coconut cream and fresh avocado made ceviche style then garnished with Kahuku corn salsa, shaved cauliflower and chili oil. You’ll enjoy it with oven baked seasoned pita chips.
If you love nachos, be sure to try Barry’s favorite dish: The Loaded Short Rib Fry Nachos.
(Loaded Short Rib Fry Nachos)
“The nachos include our secret house recipe shredded short ribs, island salsa, lime crème and cheese fondue. They are garnished with pickled onions and jalapenos all over a basket of thick-cut wedge fries. It's the perfect blend of cheesy goodness with some sweet and savory flavor from the short ribs, then kicked up a notch with jalapenos,” says Barry.
The menu is locally-sourced and supports Hawaii farmers.
“We pride ourselves in providing our guests with the freshest ingredients and keeping up with the growing trend of farm to table,” explains Barry.
The food isn’t the only thing new, there’s also delicious hand-crafted cocktails to taste as well.
(The Aloha Paloma Cocktail)
With the winning food and drinks, the breathtaking location is the cherry on top. The restaurant is located right next to Turtle Bay’s pool and overlooks the ocean. Guests are treated to ocean views, sunset surf sessions and the occasional sea turtle coming up for air.
The Point Sunset & Pool Bar is open daily:
Cocktails from 10 a.m.- 10 p.m.
Food Service from 11 a.m.- 7 p.m.
View the complete menu here.