Should you get hungry while enjoying those Tiki cocktails -- and you likely will -- Clifton’s chef, Andrew Pastore, has a new menu lined up just for Pacific Seas, which includes a Pineapple Hoki-Poki Platter with bluefin tuna served in a pineapple shell along with compressed watermelon, Thai basil, heirloom tomato skewers, wonton crisps, and truffle soy ponzu, and excellently named dishes like Lobster Dynamite, which features a poached Maine lobster stuffed with scallops and avocado; or the Zombie Fish, a crispy whole red snapper with vegetables topped with spicy soy teriyaki.
“The food at Pacific Seas is heavily inspired by travels throughout the world,” explains Pastore. “It is not just a celebration of food, but a celebration of exploration and discovery of unique culinary traditions. The menu adds to the experience by bringing some remarkable sensory additions to the immersive environment. Don't expect the standard Tiki food. Expect to be surprised as you would be when you venture into the world to discover new and wondrous things.”