Thursday, July 30, 2009

The new Kahiki Restaurant

Last year I did a post and showed a photo of the Kahiki Restaurant.  Sadly, it burned to the ground.  The Kahiki Restaurant has re-opened in a new spot, which is the location of the former Pachanga Restaurant.  The owner of Kahiki is a young woman from the Netherlands, and I am glad her business has recovered after the terrible fire.  

Many of restauranteurs and shopkeepers in Tamarindo are Europeans.  It brings diversity to the community and, fortunately, most of the chains have not yet arrived in Tamarindo.  There are no McDonald's or similar fast food burger places.  (There is subway and a Pizza Hut). 

I apologize that I did not take a photo of the delicious food at Kahiki this time.  As is evident by the expression on my two sons, they were rather annoyed at my picture taking, and it was time to put the camera away. 

6 comments:

Leif Hagen said...

Ok, DAD, put the camera away! My wife feels the same way .....

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brattcat said...

I've seen similar expressions on the faces of my daughters.

hottub said...

Was at the same restuarant several times when it was Pachanga and have sat at the table with the bearded gentleman in the left of the photo.

I would have asked you to put away the camera too if I had two guys looking like that behind me!!

BTW, the restuarant is a nice place to eat and socialize.

Sharon said...

I'm sure glad they were able to open again. This new place looks very nice.

Jarart said...

Your comment about the sons made me laugh. I get the same looks from my kids but then when they need a picture of themself, guess who they call.
Looks like a nice place to relax and have a meal.

Frank said...

You mean they didn't want you to shoot them actually eating??? Where's the fun in that. Be assertive. Move right in. Really annoy them. That's what dads do with cameras and kids.

Looks like a very nice place to eat.

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