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May 15, 2014

Cattle Company Steakhouse - Campfire Dinner for Two

Cattle Company Steakhouse's coupon for the Campfire Dinner for Two for $45 is an awesome deal.  For $45 you and a dining companion get an appetizer to share, you each get an entree from a select list, and then you finish off your meal with a dessert to share (regular price is $60).  Depending on what you order, it's like getting a free meal!
From top left clockwise: Wagon Wheel Sampler Platter, Fire-Grilled Chicken, White Chocolate Bread Pudding with Butterscotch Sauce, Prime Rib, Garden Salad
The Wagon Wheel Sampler Platter was a lot of food - fried zucchini, buffalo chicken tenders, loaded potato skins, and shrimp cocktail.

I was so full from eating some of the sampler platter that I barely touched my entree, the chicken, which came with two sides.  The chicken itself was okay - a little dry and not too flavorful, but the sides I got (Garden Salad and Loaded Baked Potato) were really good.

And the dessert was AMAZING!  It was a seasonal special, but the server told us that it's now permanent since everyone raved about it.  The bread pudding itself was delicious, but the butterscotch sauce added a sweetness that was so indulgent.

If you can get your hands on the Campfire Dinner for Two coupon, take advantage of it because it's a great deal, and be sure to bring a large appetite!

Cattle Company Steakhouse
98-1262 Kaahumanu Street
Pearl City, HI 96782
(808) 487-0054

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