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The Kona Coffee Crusted New York Strip ($37) is a new dish on the menu at Duke’s Malibu. The steak is sourced from Double R Ranch in Loomis, Washington, and plated with summer squash, wilted greens, lardons and purple cauliflower mash. Photos by Barbara Burke/22nd Century Media
The Seafood Hot Pot ($30) is a seafood lover’s paradise featuring the fresh fish of the day as well as lobster, shrimp, mussels and oyster mushrooms served with coconut cilantro sauce and crunchy peanuts over either jasmine or coconut rice.
Korean sticky ribs ($13) are among appetizer offerings at Duke’s Malibu.
Duke's Malibu offers diners a scenic view.
Barbara Burke, Freelance Reporter
11:07 am PDT September 14, 2017

An ocean view combined with quality, classic dining makes for a dynamic duo, and Duke’s Malibu delivers just that.