Hawaii Mom Blog: Cattle Company's Campfire Dinner for Two Feeds Our Family of Five




April 29, 2016

Cattle Company's Campfire Dinner for Two Feeds Our Family of Five

Cattle Company is one of our family's favorite restaurants.  We always take advantage of their Campfire Dinner for Two coupon deal.

The Campfire Dinner for Two includes molasses bread, a Steakhouse Starter, two entrees, 4 Classic Sidekicks, and 1 dessert.

The price has increased to $46, and they now charge $3 extra if you get the Wagon Wheel Sampler Platter, but it's still a great deal, and we fed our entire family of 5 with the Campfire Dinner recently!
Wagon Wheel Sampler Platter

Molasses Bread

Garden Salad
Fire-Grilled Chicken with Mac & Cheese

Fresh Grilled Salmon with Mac and Cheese

Sky-High Mud Pie

My kids absolutely loved the bread (we had 3 loaves)!

We always get the Wagon Wheel Sampler Platter, and we don't mind they charge an extra $3 now, because it really is a lot of food - Crispy Fried Garlic-Pepper Zucchini, Chipotle-Buffalo Chicken Tenders, Loaded Potato Skins and Shrimp Cocktail.

My husband and I used to eat the Campfire Dinner ourselves, and take home our entrees because we were always too full after the appetizers and our salads, but this time we decided to let our boys pick the entrees and one of the sides, instead of ordering kids meals for each of them.

So for dinner, my husband and I ate the Garden Salads, and my sons shared the salmon, chicken, and mac and cheese (my oldest just loves mac and cheese for some reason).

We all shared the Mud Pie, which was fantastic.

Service was great the entire night.

We had a really nice dinner once again at Cattle Company, and it was nice to have saved money at a steakhouse!

Cattle Company Steakhouse (Black Angus) 
98-1262 Kaahumanu Street
Pearl City, 96782

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