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Food at the Pyramids

No, not food in Egypt, rather ... Pyramids Restaurant in Honolulu.

I just got done reading David Lebovitz' link on photographing food - hmm - annoyance to some... LOL

Instead of shying away from it, I decided (shamelessly) to post some of the photos I took when we had the mini GTG in Honolulu...

We started with these appetizers - hummus and falafel.... great with the flat bread.



My dinner was rotisserie chicken. The rice was presented in pyramid fashion.... cute


At least, I only took pictures of my dinner. Hopefully the annoyance was at a minimum... I did not ask my dinner companions to hold off on eating before I could take pictures of their dinner choices... LOL

Food was great. Susan made a good choice on the restaurant selection. The place was packed, so it maybe a local favorite too.... Thank you, Susan.

Comments (6)

Eden! I would gladly wait for you to photo my plate before we ate...especially if it meant seeing you at another GTG!
What is the side dish on your entree plate? Is it just a large serving of some sort of salsa?

The food and company looks great. I also hate to take photos in restaurants. Every once in a while I do. I do try to remember that people take photos of themselves with friends in restaurants, so you do see flashes go off on occasion.

Great photos! The food was so good! I ended up getting 2 more meals out of my leftover (of course I had Candi's chicken also). What camera was that again? I really need to get a better compact camera for low light photo situations.

This looks wonderful! I love falafel. And I'd much rather eat next to food photographers than cell phone talkers. :)


How sweet you could have this mini-GTG in Hawaii and the food looks delicious.


Thank you all for commenting.

Deborah, the salsa-looking side dish was parsley salad... tastes almost like salsa with lots and lots of parsley.

Cindy, I used to refrain from photos in restaurant, now I seem to be shameless about it... Shame on me.

Girasoli, I have a Canon Powershot SD630 - my daughter gave it to me. I enjoy it because it is so simple to use.

Annie, that falafel was really good.

Marcia,I am so glad and thankful that Candy and Girasoli welcomed me join them ...

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