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Our Scrumptious Dinner In Hawaii

HUNGER FOR FOOD.... After the 3-4 hours of hiking, ascending and descending or the other way round, we were so hungry!  Snacks in the car took place while driving back to town, almost a two hours drive before reaching the restaurant which I could not recall the name but the food there was just fantastic!

We made reservations through the phone beforehand so that we could have a table by the time we reached the place.  Quick, quick... please just order any food... I could eat almost anything without any fuss!

We ordered three main meals..... 
Poke again, yes!
Must not leave Hawaii without eating them.... 
Fish Tacos!
Sprinkled with some sweet mayo and mango slices...
Love them so much!
Grilled Salmon... comes with 2 servings...
Brown rice and wild ferns aka paku pakis!
I am surprised they have these ferns over there too!
The food was really fantastic....
not because we were super hungry....
maybe partly....
They were great in fact!
We bought the gift card from Costco... 
Paid $70 for a $100 card...
We even have balance to take home a packet of crispy pork belly... 
So all in all, we paid $70 for a $100 dinner!

p/s:  once I get the name of this restaurant, I will put it up later.... hehehe...


  1. Gosh!!! You must be really hungry!!!!! No photo of the crispy pork belly?

    Finally, I "dined-out" again, today's post in my blog but we are still not into it just yet. A new variant from Africa - hope it does not come here, we had a lot of cases with the Delta not too long ago.

  2. Nice! Nice! Poke and tacos I can eat practically everyday if I could. LOL!

  3. Love all your food in your photos. I could eat them everyday. Yummylicious! 🤤

  4. Wow. I could eat everything if I am so hungry!!! Everything looked fantastic and delicious.


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