Our eveningʻs journey ends at Samoa, “the cradle of Polynesia,” literally the sacred center of its
fiery soul. The islands of Samoa reflect their age in a lush jungle-shrouded paradise. Even today,
thatched grass roof fales can be seen dotting the coastlines, where island homes are open to nature,
and the island people open their hearts to you.
Braised coconut cream corned beef
w/ baked ulu wrapped in taro leaf.
Fresh island fish in a mussels, clam
and shrimp stew w/ coconut banana cream.
THIRD SAMOA COURSE ITEM
Chef’s special creation, specials change daily
For the Feast at Lele finale, the energetic and vigorous Samoan dance is punctuated by staccato
slapping of legs and feet, and rhythmic clapping of hands. Men wear shredded leaf leggings which
emphasize their movements, while women don very finely woven leaf skirts to accentuate their gracefulness.
The famed fire knife dance is an important component to their culture and fitting end to our show.
Vanilla coconut mousseline cake w/ caramelized pineapple
& salted caramel. Whipped haupia cream (coconut pudding)
w/ island fruit sauce.