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Goat Island Café at Sadie’s by the Sea

We proudly serve an ever changing menu of island and American style favorites. Our food is carefully prepared in our new facility to the highest federally inspected standards. Our open air café and full bar offer a sweeping view of Pago Pago harbor set in a botanical garden. Our servers are always friendly and gracious. We cater events, host parties up to ? people and welcome anyone to drop in for breakfast, lunch or dinner, served with a smile. We also offer, by special arrangement, local fare prepared in a traditional umu on our beach. (link to slide show with the photos in the file “umu”, I can make the slide show in the program Photostory 3, but am out of time this week) 

 

 

 

Goat Island Café Sunday Poolside Brunch

Please join us for Sunday “all you can eat” brunch featuring meat barbequed to perfection, salads, fruit, oka and many more savory dishes. Served buffet style next to the pool, we invite you to feast until you are satisfied. Bring the family and spend the day on the beach at Sadie’s by the Sea

 

 

 

 

 

Crispy Ahi Rolls

 

Shrimp Papaya Salad

 

Talofa from all of us at Sadie’s by the Sea

Sadie Thompson Inn

 

Heavenly Chocolate Cake Only at Sadie’s

 

 

 

 

This amazing confection is worth a trip to the South Pacific alone. The chocolate, or Cocoa Samoa, is locally grown heady stuff. A chocolate lover’s undiscovered secret baked into a cake so delicious you will consider putting your house up for sale and moving to Samoa after the first bite. Sadie’s unique recipe is a carefully guarded secret and Cocoa Samoa Double Chocolate Cake is available nowhere else. You must come to Pago Pago to experience this amazing slice of dense chocolate with a topping of vanilla bean cream.

We look forward to serving you, because if you truly love chocolate, it won’t be the last time you visit us at Sadie’s by the Sea or The Sadie Thompson Inn.

The chocolate flower looks like a miniature orchid that springs from the trunk of the cocoa tree. It is no bigger than a penny, eventually growing into the long green pods that house the cocoa beans. The ripening cocoa pods turn a rainbow of colors; the cocoa is fermented before it becomes edible chocolate.

 

 

 

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