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A “Spooktacular” Office Luncheon

Twas that time once again this past Halloween day for yet another onolicious office luncheon in celebration of our “unboolievable” safety record at the workplace. Yes we work safe and hard, so when it’s time to play, we play even harder and spookier!

On this occasion the catering was provided by Regal Bakery Cafe (a.k.a. Regal Diner), from their new location on Beretania in the Chinese Cultural Plaza. Which is just a hop, skip and jump over a bridge from a Credit Union that’s way too close for my personal comfort, however that point is now moot. ;-(

Getting right to it, we start with Oriental Chicken Salad….

Crispy Wonton Strips for topping the Oriental Chicken Salad…

Gotta’ stay get Rice…

Beef Chow Mein Noodles…

Crispy Gau Gee…

Steamed Fish in a Soy Ginger Sesame Sauce…

Garlic Mochiko Chicken….



Honey Sesame Sauce, a.k.a. “Liquid Crack”…

Time for dessert, starting with some dishes lovingly prepared by our team members, such as this decadently rich Pineapple Chiffon Cake…

Brownie Smores…

Candy Corn Orange Jello Cheesecake…

Jello’d Eyeballs…

From Regal Bakery & Cafe, their signature dipped donuts done in a Halloween theme…

A sample plate…

Dessert spread…

And? Everything was delicious.

OK, gotta’ run and watch the UH Football game. Until then, toodles! ;-)


6 thoughts on “A “Spooktacular” Office Luncheon

  • November 2, 2013 at 7:03 pm

    Nothing like a local party! I really want to eat the chow mein, gau gee, fish, chicken, kalbi and the jello cheesecake! I’m craving all this now, and it’s late at night…I know I’m gonna be thinking about this when I wake up tomorrow morning. Thanks for sharing!

  • November 2, 2013 at 7:32 pm

    Fish looks pretty good. With the noodles I think.

  • November 2, 2013 at 8:53 pm

    sigh……your office parties just kill me a little bit each time you post about them…..nothing like that ever happens where I work.

  • November 2, 2013 at 11:42 pm

    Yummy steamed fish. So different and light for lunch. Was it from Kam Wah Chun?

  • November 3, 2013 at 6:55 am

    @ Amy – Not Chun Wah Kam. Regal Drive-Inn (Bakery Cafe),but close, being the owners are Chinese, hence the influence on the food .

    @ Arny- Indeed, I count my blessings for that. Aside of the okole-busting work, I can’t think of a better company to work for.

    @ pat – you know me. the fish was the best entree of all, IMO. Perfectly steamed, silky, and the ginger-soy sauce was killhaz.

    @ Lori – you’re scaring me now. lol

  • November 3, 2013 at 1:53 pm

    How do I get an invite to the next party? You guys eat good!


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