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THE WHY'S OF KYE'S

Kye's is at the heart of a conscious food movement that makes eating happy and healthy easy. Here's how we do it.

PRACTICE 1: SAY HELLO, KYERITO

Portable, craveable, sustainably farmed, healthy food that is consciously working to evolve our food supply and the food sensitivity issues that we are facing today.

PRACTICE 2: KYECHI

We embrace the yin and yang of why we eat, to both nourish our bodies AND experience pure enjoyment. Through KyeChi, we aspire to work with the dualistic nature of life and existence to create and innovate.

PRACTICE 3: BUILD KYE'S COMMUNITY

With transparency and self awareness, let’s use food as our medium to enliven consciousness and connection, and create a supportive happy workplace and community that’s fun!


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IN HAWAIIAN AND JAPANESE, KYE MEANS OCEAN, WHICH NOURISHES AND SUPPORTS OUR PLANET.

IN CHINESE, KYE MEANS TO OPEN, TO EXPAND, OR TO CHAMPION.

IN MAORI, THE NATIVE LANGUAGE OF NEW ZEALAND, KYE MEANS FOOD.

TO ME, IT IS THE LOVE I HAVE FOR MY SON, KYE.  HE INSPIRES ME TO CREATE A WORLD THAT WE'D LIKE OUR CHILDREN TO GROW UP IN.

MEET THE OWNER

JEANNE CHENG

Nurturing the mind, body, and spirit is second nature for this dedicated foodie. Having studied the mind-body connection, health, healing, and meditation for more than 30 years, Jeanne has earned degrees in Molecular Biology, Traditional Chinese Medicine, and Spiritual Psychology. She has always been passionate about nutrition, and her son Kye's picky palate, food sensitivities, and desire for all things “yummy" presented her with an opportunity to bring all of her knowledge to experimenting, being creative, and having fun with food and her son. What emerged is a set of food philosophies endearingly dubbed KyeChi, a new and exciting food called the KyeRito, the book Pursuit of the Magic Piece, and this restaurant. Jeanne hopes to empower the way we eat with a new dining experience that adds value to our lives and addresses the changes we need to see in our farming practices for the well being of our children and our planet.