Hawaii Mom Blog: Quick Bites from Guava Smoked at Pearlridge Center




May 23, 2023

Quick Bites from Guava Smoked at Pearlridge Center

We had some time to kill before meeting friends at Razor Sports Drifting, and the boys were getting hungry, so we decided to check out Guava Smoked to see if there was something small and quick that we could all share to hold us over until dinner time.

Daniel spotted the smoked fried rice on the menu, and looked no further. That's what he wanted to try. After a few minutes of waiting, out came a heaping tray of fried rice with chunks of smoked pork and chicken. 

We asked for a clamshell, because it was impossible to eat from the tray without making a huge mess, and we also knew we'd have to take some of it to-go because there was so much rice.

After the other son saw the fried rice, he started getting hungry, and so I ordered smoked boneless chicken bowl for him.  The portion was not as impressive as the fried rice, but the smoked chicken sure was good and he ate all of the chicken and a few bites of the rice. I regret not ordering the plate, because I wanted to eat the chicken too after trying a sliver of one piece.

Next time around, we're going to get a full-sized plate of the smoked boneless chicken, so that there's chicken for us all to share! I will also save room for dessert (guava bar!!).

In case you're wondering why they call themselves GUAVA Smoked, they smoke their meats with strawberry guava wood!


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