When you eat here you never know who is behind the counter, that is because this is a training restaurant for the world. On my first visit I encountered Russians, on the next, Koreans, then Japanese, then French and Chinese. It makes for an interesting ordering experience. I always order by holding up fingers to show the number of the meal I want and then the amount of items I want. I speak slowly and always check my purchases for errors, always! If you want to see panic, pay with a 50 cent coin.
Why the yelling? Some languages use volume to indicate the meaning of a word. What to our ears is yelling is just adding an er to the word as in fast to faster. There is no hostility in the tone, but it does make me jump. Most of the workers don’t understand English so if you have a problem talk to the manager.
The food is McDonalds, but this is Maui so they are often out of something or another until the boat comes in. Land is expensive here so parking stalls are tight. The drive thorough backs up to block the parking lot so it can be hard to get out once parked. On the upside if you listen you will hear Hawaiian and Pidgin being spoke by other customers.
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