Very fast and tasty food. Nuggets, pies, and coffee. A good quick snack while on the road back to Kapalua!
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This is an older McDs but if you want a quick bite and you are in the area, it works fine. It is close to the Iao theater and several local shops.
I'm not a McDonalds fan in general, but we arrived in Maui late and hungry, and were very glad we stopped here for a quick bite. I had the Teriyaki Burger, and I'm telling you I would be frequenting McDonalds if they served it on the mainland. Yum, Yum, Maui McDonald's Teriyaki!
If you hit the wall on your budget then sooner or later it is micky d's... more expensive than the mainland McDonald but still a cheap option... don't take any photos though or your friends will say... You went to MAUI and ate at mcdonalds ? just stay quiet
This McDonald's is on the main street of Wailuku. Service is fast and the Hawaiian offerings like Spam and Eggs is different.
This bright clean place next to a beautiful little Anglican church was a welcome sight! Leanne who served me was great , both friendly and efficient. The hamburger was good , the french fries the best I have tasted !
I am not a McDonalds fan, but one of my favorite things to get while I am in Hawaii is a fried apple, banana or haupia pie. These pies bring me back to my childhood when McDonalds used to fry the apple pies. I know they are bad, but you are on vacation. Go for it and have a fried... More
It's what you expect from a McDonald's but I thought the staff were great. The place is clean and they don't mind if you take your time eating.
Standard Mc's quality it is ok nothing special just a tasty fill up for hungry travelers not wishing to spend lot of money every day on regular restaurants!
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... More
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