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Seasonal ingredients 
seasonal menu

SixtyTwo MarcKet features innovative, farm-fresh cuisine in a crisp, tasteful, farmhouse atmosphere. The cuisine is not limited to any type of cuisine. Chefs use a combination of cooking techniques and flavor profiles to bring the best of the season. 

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Blossom Bites Menu
Feb 2024 - Apr 2024

Step into a world of springtime splendor with our exquisite Spring Menu, where each dish is a vibrant ode to the season's bounty.

Indulge in the luscious sweetness of Kula strawberries, delicately nestled atop our Strawberry Shortcake French Toast, a decadent masterpiece that celebrates the essence of spring. Savor the bright citrus flavors of the season with our Orange Flavored Yogurt served in a half papaya, a refreshing and invigorating start to your day. Or tantalize your taste buds with the zesty tang of Tangerine Marmalade in our delightful Biscuit Sandwich, a perfect balance of sweet and savory. Embark on a culinary journey with our Asparagus creations, showcasing the tender spears from Wailuku in an indulgent Asparagus Omelet and a hearty Pancetta and Asparagus Hash, where each bite bursts with freshness and flavor.

Throughout our menu, the vibrant essence of spring is woven seamlessly with the earthy warmth of onions, leeks, and chives, adding layers of complexity and depth to every dish.

 

Join us at SixtyTwo MarcKet as we invite you to taste the magic of spring with our extraordinary Spring Menu, a celebration of nature's bounty in every delightful bite.

SixtyTwo MarcKet goes beyond a kitchen; it is a market, featuring housemade items and local farmer products too. Chefs crafted a selection of spices, rubs, and sauces using locally-grown vegetables and herbs. The goal is to make the most of the local products, so everyone can enjoy the best of every preparation of the herbs and spices, whether they experience them in a dish, get them as gifts, or take them to savor at home.

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