Every once in a while we all deserve to step back, reflect on things, and take a break to recharge ourselves from the hard work that we have been putting ourselves through. It’s also important to think about old goals, evaluate them, and decide what kind of direction you want to take for the future – which is kind of what I’ve been doing since I went to Hawaii about two weeks and a half weeks ago. During that time, I had one of the best dinning experiences I’ve ever had – at the Vintage Cave.
The Vintage Cave Experience
In addition to self reflection and self direction, it’s also nice to splurge and do something you normally wouldn’t do – which is exactly what I decided to do while I was on Oahu – I had one of the best meals of my entire life. In fact, it was so good that I thought I needed to share it with you – and one of the best parts – it had nothing to do with Paleo in no respects – but it was one of the best restaurants I have ever been to in my entire life.
It’s called Vintage Cave, and it’s right in the heart of Ala Moana on the island of Oahu in Hawaii – and I’m not sure if there are any other food aficionados that read my blog, but the current chef of Vintage Cave is headed by, Jonathan Mizukami – a former sous chef who worked under Thomas Kellar at the amazing French Laundry up in Napa Valley, California (also another restaurant I’d like to try).
Here is a copy of the menu from the evening:
And now for the rest of the items:
If you’re ever in the Honolulu area and you’re up for an incredible dinning experience (and feel like losing some of your retirement money in the process), I highly suggest Vintage Cave. It’s incredible – the service is on point and the chef is world class. Bon appetit.