Kimo's Akamai Catering- Hawaii
Kimo's Akamai Catering is located in Laie,Hi, But we provide catering service to all of Oahu and Hawaii. We are a Mobile Company that provides Fresh Food. I,Chef Loren Holly AKA Kimo am the owner of Kimo's Akamai Catering. I was born in the Monument Valley, Utah on the Navajo Reservation. I was born into a native American family but adopted and raised in a Polynesian culture and values. My education started in Montezuma Creek, Utah in primary school and then moved to Hawaii as a teenager. I am a proud alumni of Kahuku High School where I graduated in 1990. I started my college education at Brigham Young University Hawaii and later transferred to the University of Hawaii as a Pre Med. student. While at BYU-Hawaii. I had the opportunity to work with Chef Simi Niumatalolo and Chef Emily Kaopua who were such a great influence on my career. I continued to work in food service while being at UH Manoa. I have worked under other great chefs who convinced me to go to culinary school. I was convinced that cooking was my passion and talent. I fell in love with cooking even at young age of 9 and it just continued into my adult life. Then become a Chef and the rest was history. I always say that " I enjoy what I do as a chef, expecially love to see my clients be happy with the food and service that we had provided for them. That's the kind of response that makes it exciting and worth sharing our passion with them. We serve all of Oahu and Hawaii so let us at Kimo's Akamai Catering provide a service for your special occasion whether it be wedding, party, corporate parties, holiday, anniversary parties or receptions, we do them all!
, waikikigal from St Albert, Alberta
I was just craving the amazing crab cakes we had at our wedding so i googled Kimo and saw no one had reviewed on this site!
The food was very good!! We had everything from crab cakes, to chicken to rice and potatoes and braised beef short ribs! Nice displays of the food and he was very nice to deal with and meet the day of the wedding. I would recommend!