Hawaii Mom Blog: Kapi`olani Medical Center Celebration Dinner




May 16, 2011

Kapi`olani Medical Center Celebration Dinner

I recently gave birth to DS3 at Kapi`olani Medical Center for Women and Children, and although it's been a little over two years since I gave birth to DS2 there, things have sure changed-for the better!

One thing that's changed is the Celebration Dinner.  Previously, the dinner consisted of salad, chicken cordon bleu, cheesecake, and a drink for you and your partner, but now they've expanded the menu to include other options for your main entree and dessert!

The dinner starts off with a Traditional Ceasars' Salad

The main entree choices include: Grilled Steak with Sauteed Fresh Mushrooms, Chicken Cordon Bleu, or Furikake Salmon with Ginger-Lemon-Butter Sauce, with a choice of Steamed White Rice, Steamed Brown Rice or Whipped Potatoes.

DH ordered the salmon.

He enjoyed it.

I ordered the chicken.

I didn't enjoy the chicken the first two times I had it (I just don't like stuffed chicken), but since I don't eat salmon or beef, I ordered the chicken again.  I didn't enjoy it this time around too.

For dessert you have the option of Cheesecake with Fresh Strawberry and Strawberry Drizzle or Fresh Fruit Platter with Yogurt Dip.

Of course I had the Cheesecake!
It was my favorite part of the meal.  It was sooooo delicious!

They also gave us a bottle of Sparkling Cider--something that we didn't receive before.

Overall, the food at KMCWC is good--all the meals I had were tasty and filling, and the celebration dinner is a really nice touch.

Although I didn't like the chicken, I liked everything else (especially the dessert)!

It was a nice meal to end my stay at the hospital.


  1. I don't remember what I had but I know I was just happy not to have to cook! LOL!

    An Island Life

  2. Congratulations on having another child! That had to make you happy.

    Your dinner sounds better than the all liquid diet I was put on at Straub. LOL. I like stuffed chicken.


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