Had the traditional clay pot. Very nicely done with just a bit of burning (carmelization) of the rice. Crispy and delicious. Large portions too. Charlie was a riot.
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Nicely remodeled with some outdoor dining. Lunch with girlfriend. Close by. Not too crowded today but we got there about 1:30. Varied menu with something for everyone. Full bar which is rare in Wailuku. Ordered fried spring rolls for appetizer. Special Salmon and Clay Pot...More
Visited for a late lunch after a nearby hike. Got brave to try the "Vietnamese burrito"--was given a plateful of nicely seasoned, lightly fried tofu, shredded carrots, mint leaves, basil leaves, lettuce, and more PLUS a bowl of hot water into which dipped rice paper...More
This restaurant is off the main tourist line. Well worth the time to find. Spring rolls were fantastic. I had the clay pot with shrimp, Chicken and mushrooms and vegetables. Wife had the Won ton soup with shrimp and rice noodles. Everything was great, food...More
I always try to eat here when on Maui, especially as there is a variety of options on the menu. From fish curries to Pho and all the normal items like fresh rolls. They also do take out, often a good choice on arrival before...More
I feel like a BUN expert...and this place served me the BEST bun ever.... --------- Bún chả (Vietnamese: [ɓǔn tɕa᷉ː]) is a Vietnamese dish of grilled pork and noodle, which is thought to have originated from Hanoi, Vietnam. Bún chả is served with grilled fatty...More