The diverse culinary program at Kona Village deftly blends Pacific Rim flavors with the natural bounty of Hawaiʻi Island, paying homage to the storied and abundant ahupuaʻa of Kaʻūpūlehu. Comfortably gracious dining experiences are elevated through our tenured culinary team’s expertise and intuition, sourcing ingredients from locations as close as the resort’s garden, Kahiko Māla`ai.
The Lū`au showcases the legacy of Kona Village on the breathtaking Hale Ho`okipa Lū`au grounds, nestled beside our serene lagoon and lush gardens. Rediscover a beloved classic with an elevated menu inspired by the bounty of Hawai`i Island.
The resort itself will be home to an on-site farm, growing everything from fresh coconuts and limes to our iconic canoe plants, so named due to having been introduced to the island by voyaging Polynesians when they first discovered Hawaiʻi centuries ago.
Approximately 70 percent of all ingredients used in the resort’s restaurants come directly from The Big Island, thanks to integral relationships with local farmers and fishermen.
Beyond its menus and recyclable materials, Kona Village relies on sustainable practices to reduce its impact, including a waste management process where all organic material is transported to a neighboring pig farm.
Upholding Rosewood’s Partners in Provenance program, Kona Village has connected with the island’s most skillful culinary talents to elevate its offerings, including Kona Sea Salt, Blue Ocean Mariculture, Hawaiian Vanilla Co., Wai Meli Honey, Pacific Coffee Research, and more.
Rosewood’s Partners in Provenance philosophy guides Kona Village in building relationships with key local purveyors to provide guests with the unique, fresh, and seasonal ingredients that make every meal a memorable experience.