Doctors recommend eating fish regularly and mouth kissing one at least once per lifetime. Say “Oh-mega!” with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$27 for a seafood feast for two (a $53.80 total value)
$54 for a seafood feast for four or more (a $107.60 total value)
Seafood feasts come with one pound of each of the following for twosomes, and two pounds of each of the following for foursomes:
- Shrimp (an $11.95 value/lb.)
- Clams (a $12.95 value/lb.)
- Mussels (a $12.95 value/lb.)
- Snow crab (a $15.95 value/lb.)<p>
Both feasts are served with mashed potatoes and corn.
Though primarily focused on French-style cooking and desserts, these seaside chefs would be remiss if they didn’t offer up the fresh hauls of shrimp, clams, mussels, and snow crab that come to their door each morning. They decorate the sea meats with signature sauces such as garlic butter, lemon pepper, or Cajun-inspired J’Jun sauce.<p>
JJ Bistro & French Pastry
Chef JJ built himself an empire out of sugar, complete with chocolate pyramids covered in cocoa powder. He wanted to bring all things European to Hawaii, so he founded JJ Bistro & French Pastry, where he crafts delectable desserts and a menu of entrees fusing French influence with local ingredients. His baked lamb wellington features crisp bell pepper within a shelf of flaky pastry, and his seafood brioche combines the daily catch with shiitake mushrooms and black-pepper sauce. In addition to the aforementioned chocolate pyramids, he crafts key-lime tarts, chocolate-banana confit, and black-currant cassis in individual servings. He just uses bigger mixing bowls to create the same mouthwatering cakes for birthdays or weddings.
Despite the general European flair, the chef can't resist showing off local cuisine in all its glory with his daily specials of fresh-caught seafood. The mini seafood menu features shrimp, mussels, crab, and lobster, cooked to order and bedecked in one of four sauces, such as garlic butter or J'Jun sauce, Chef JJ's blend of Cajun spices with seldom-used contractions.