Located on Oahu’s North Shore across the street from Alii beach, off Kamehameha Hwy in Haleiwa, HI, Haleiwa Beach House offers the most relaxing and scenic spot in the area for lunch and dinner. Chris Blanc, Executive Chef, of this fine dining establishment has successfully taken old favorites and updated them in new and innovative ways, embracing unique flavors.
Haleiwa Beach House boasts an amazing menu with many varieties of foods. There is, as one might expect, a large selection of fish, prepared in an abundance of ways. The menu also includes meat and steak options as well as burgers, not to mention many appetizer choices.
This restaurant features some of the best Haleiwa sunsets, thanks to its pristine location. It is proudly housed in the old Jameson’s building after many extensive renovations. The Haleiwa Beach House allows guests to savor a tasty high-end meal in the dining room or relax and enjoy a drink around one of our four beloved fire pits. The main goal is for guests to be treated like family, so everyone leaves with a smile on their faces.
At the Haleiwa Beach House, they are dedicated to serving those who enjoy seafood at its finest. All dishes are prepared with the very special care they deserve using only the finished fresh fish of the season. Their reputation is built on enjoyment and welcomes a variety of chef innovations on more traditional fare. All choices from the menu can be ordered to go. However, the beautiful setting and the breeze from the ocean add so much to the experience it would be a shame to not dine in.
While any choice you choose from the menu or the full-service bar at Haleiwa Beach House will be extraordinary, the following are some of the house-recommended dishes that shouldn’t be missed:
Kalua Pork Grilled Cheese
This unique appetizer is served on toasted pullman bread and features warm goat cheese, pickled onion, white cheddar, and kalua pork.
Another appetizer that gets the meal started off right is this fresh ahi mixed with shallots, capers, and fresh herbs served atop avocado puree featuring soy mustard emulsion, and crispy taro chips.
Beach House Loco Moco
As a favorite entre at Haleiwa Beach House, this dish features a seared wagyu beef patty set atop white rice. It is then smothered in a red wine demi-glace and then topped with crispy potato strings and fried eggs.
Lobster & Shrimp Red Thai Curry
As a signature dinner entree, this dish features a moderately mild red thai curry. It comes with fingerling potatoes, bean sprouts, and bell peppers and is topped with thai basil, fresh cilantro, and is served with white rice.
Grilled Catch of the Day
This fish of the day is topped with ginger scallion beurre blanc and served atop a bed of ponzu braised baby coy. This dish comes with white rice.
Grilled Sweet Corn
As a side that can be added to a variety of dishes and entrees, the grilled sweet corn is a house specialty that features grilled sweet corn brushed with roasted chipotle mayo. The corn is then dusted with fresh cilantro and cotija cheese.
In addition to the delicious options for the grown-ups, Haleiwa Beach House also has a menu for the Keiki or children. Those aged 10 and under can enjoy meals with a choice of sides. Side options for kids include carrot sticks, fries, fresh fruit, or white rice. Meal options include cheeseburgers, fresh fish bits, mac & cheese, chicken tenders, or pasta.
In addition to wine and craft on draft, guests can also enjoy some of Haleiwa Beach House signature cocktails. All are homemade and include only the finest ingredients. Options are plentiful and include the Puaena Point Lemonade, the Cool Their Melon, the Kauwela, and the Mt. Kaala Fresh Fruit Mojito, just to name a few.
-Haleiwa Beach House does not accept reservations and serves guests only on a walk-in basis.
-There are gluten-free, vegetarian-friendly, and vegan options available at Haleiwa Beach House.
-There is outdoor seating and parking available on site and the restaurant is wheelchair accessible.