On Wednesday, David and I drove to Ala Moana Center to dine at Shirokiya’s Japan Village Walk for the first time. There was ample parking on the Ewa side street level, and I noticed that I had parked my car near Foodland. I always like to find some sort of landmark so that I won’t forget where I parked.
Here’s David in front of Shirokiya:
This is what we saw:
David was excited to see this bar, featuring draft beer (Budweiser and Bud Lite) for $1.00 per glass:
We bought our food from this station, called Pineapple Steak House:
I ordered the Pupu Plate for $12.80 and a can of passion orange juice for $1.11. The meal consisted of a vegetable salad with French dressing, chicken, garlic shrimp, fried calamari, steak, and French fries:
David ordered the same Pupu Plate for $12.80 and two glasses of draft beer for $1.00 each:
The food was delicious. We had such a pleasant time at Shirokiya’s Japan Village Walk. However, we did not know that we could have had a senior discount on Wednesday by showing the sales clerk our ID with our date of birth. What a shame! David (age 67) could have gotten 8% off, and I (age 71) could have gotten 10% off. This deal is only available on Wednesday. No discount on alcohol.
Upon exiting Shirokiya, I was able to figure out where my car was parked by looking for the Foodland sign. For an old lady, I am doing just fine.
P.S. I am sorry to report that my blog friend, Dianne Schmidley (see my blog roll), has just had a stroke and is now in ICU at a hospital. Please keep her in your thoughts, and let’s hope that she recovers.