Hawaii Mom Blog: Nordstrom Marketplace Cafe




December 13, 2010

Nordstrom Marketplace Cafe

After taking DS2 on The Candy Cane Train, we went to eat at the Nordstrom Marketplace Cafe.

You order your meals in a cafeteria-like setting, find a table, then a server brings your food (and also refills your drinks and brings you anything else you may need).

DS2 had the Kids Chicken Fingers.

I thought it was a great deal--for just $5.95, he got two big pieces of chicken, dipping sauce, fruit, chips, raisins, and a drink!

I ordered the Pesto Chicken Panini.
It was served with a side of chips, and was really, really good.

DH got the Roasted Duck Pizza.

He liked it so much he ate the entire thing!

And after seeing this in the display case, I just couldn't resist--Oreo Cheesecake!
It was sooooo good. I shared with DH and DS2, although I'm sure I could've devoured the whole thing myself.

The food was excellent and the service was great.
I already can't wait to go back...

and have more Oreo Cheesecake...

Marketplace Cafe: Nordstrom Ala Moana: #706; 1519 Kapiolani Blvd, Honolulu, HI 96814; 808-953-6100.


  1. We dined there when it first opened for business. The line was incredibly long and we have not been back. Maybe we will give it another try someday.

  2. I have never even set foot in that store. My wallet doesn't allow it LOL Food looks great however :)


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