Monchong, Pacific Prawns, Kona Cold Lobster, and Molten Cake

My first dinner at Tidepools was delicious. My second one, eaten last night, was also no disappointment. I’m not used to eating food this rich, so this week I’ve had to play it safe and go light on breakfast and lunches, but overall the dining experience so far in Hawaii has been very good. I imagine today I’ll avoid ultra-rich foods and instead try to spend time walking outside, eating healthy, and spending quality time with coworkers.

Author: Philip Arthur Moore

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