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September 25, 2017

Cafe DeLight


Last week I met a friend for lunch at Cafe DeLight.  It is a small hole-in-the-wall, family-owned and operated cafe located on the first floor of Kaimuki Shopping Center, two doors down from Times Supermarket. 

This cafe is very small, and seating is limited - there is a sofa, three chairs and three small tables.  



I've been dying to try their lomo saltado - it was amazing. Lomo saltado is a popular traditional Peruvian dish that combines strips of marinated steak, onions, tomatoes, french fries, and spices.  The sauce has a slight kick to it, but I was able to handle it even though I don't like spicy foods.  I loved it so much that I sent this picture to numerous friends and told them how much I enjoyed it!



My friend enjoyed her breakfast croissant sandwich, which was served with a generous amount of deli meat and cheese. 


Of course we saved room for dessert.


We shared a cream puff and tiramisu.  In true Japanese fashion, these desserts were very moist, light, and not overly sweet.



We both vowed to return again, after having such DELIGHTFUL experience. 


Cafe DeLight
3221 Waialae Avenue
(808) 737-0500
Hours: Tuesday - Friday 7:00 am - 2:00 pm

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