Guest chef wows Caf crowd with salmon carbonara, first in guest chef series

Caf-goers said the smoked salmon carbonara prepared by Executive Chef John McDonald from BYU in Provo Dining Services on July 26 was "onolicious," choosing it over local favorite kalua pork with cabbage.

Cafeteria employees say they have to work on Sunday so students can eat

Though the LDS Church teaches members not to work on Sundays, Katai Mariteragi, a Club Dining Facility supervisor, said the Club has to be open “because students here on campus have to eat.” Student workers at the Club, known as the Caf, said they are content with working on Sunday because of the

The Caf celebrates Chinese New Year, staff say more cultural dinner nights to come

The BYU-Hawaii cafeteria staff celebrated Chinese New Year with authentic Chinese cuisines and decorations on Feb. 16 and said students should expect similar events in the future. Students said the event helped them gain understanding and appreciation of different cultures and the cafeteria.

Students experience a taste of Tonga

BYU-Hawaii Cafeteria brought the authentic taste of Tonga to their menu on Jan 9. to initiate a new focus of sharing culture through food. 
Tongan main courses, desserts and soups were available and all were labeled in both English and Tongan languages.

Students get creative with their caf meals

Whether it’s 3 p.m. and there is still an hour until dinner is served, or people just don’t want to eat what’s on the Café’s menu, BYU-Hawaii students said they have found ways to make the most of the food found there.

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