Great food, Great service. Not the usual tourist cafe mix of local and pacific rim. friendly and out of the way.
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We luckily tried this place when we were traveling from Iao Valley Park to Maui's largest airport. We knew upon entering that it must be good because it was full of Vietnamese families.The menu was varied, which is nice for meat lovers OR VEGETARIANS. The...More
We had dinner on a Sunday evening. Its a popular restaurant so we made reservations. We were greeted and seated promptly when we arrived. We ordered the crispy garlic shrimp( which is my favorite), curried Mahimahi, house noodles with seafood, and chicken and shrimp clay...More
This is another one of my "go to" places whenever I am on Maui. My new favorite for dinner is the garden shrimp to got along with the clay pot. So delicious! Yum!
I have visited Saigon Cafe on each and every visit to Maui. The location is a little difficult to find but the food is excellent. The pho broth has special spices that make it excellent and both appetizers and entres are great with a big...More
Wailuku is a bit off the beaten path for most visitors, but it's the business capital of Maui. A Saigon Cafe is an institution here and its longevity speaks to the quality of the dining experience. The staff is always a hoot with good service...More
We came here twice in the week we stayed in kaapanali. Don't let the neighborhood scare you off. The food is excellent and the wait staff is friendly. If you have kids I suggest getting the "shrimp pop build your own burrito." Our kids liked...More
Read about this through the right guide. We came for lunch and ordered summer and garden rolls. I had the beef "vietnamese burritos" and my husband the pork claypot. Food was delicious servers were helpful and funny we would recommend this place to anyone passing...More
Ordered a pho soup along with an entree and Vietnamese ice tea (sua da), and it was very delicious. Portions are also very generous!