Dining at the Koele Lodge Resort is an experience that will be talked about long after any Lanai vacation has come to an end. Ranked No. 1 by Zagat’s restaurant guide for Hawaii, the restaurants at the Four Seasons Lodge at Koele also took home an award from the Condé Nast Reader’s Choice. A refined dining room is the centerpiece of elegance at the Koele Lodge. Local estate-grown ingredients are used in preparation of the award-winning cuisine. Cutting-edge ideas are applied to classical cooking techniques in the restaurant at the Four Seasons Lodge at Koele.
The accompaniment of an excellent bottle of wine while dining at Lodge at Koele restaurants enhances the experience even further. The focal point of the dining room is a wood-burning fireplace, which contributes to the intimate, estate-like atmosphere. Open five days a week for dining (closed Wednesday and Thursday), collared shirts and long pants are the requested dress code. Reservations are recommended for restaurants at the Four Seasons Lodge at Koele. A recent menu included items such as Hudson Valley Foie Gras, pan seared diver scallops and lava rock seared venison.
Dining at the Koele Lodge Resort doesn’t have to take place in the intimate dining room. True to a Four Seasons, the in-room dining options are convenient and elegant. Ideal for time-zone hopping travelers or private dining, an extensive menu is available from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Begin your day at Koele Lodge with a private breakfast on the terrace, and enjoy a tasty dinner after a day spent hiking, snorkeling, or visiting the Luahiwa petroglyphs or the Garden of the Gods. Day or night, the Lodge at Koele restaurants are sure to delight with a mix of island flavors, local ingredients, and serious experience in the kitchen.
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