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We have been going to Maui on annual vacations for more than 30 years. We discovered this place years ago, and it was so great that we have made it an annual tradition. Their BBQ beef sticks are the best!
They don't advertise for good reason. Original owner wanted to keep it a small family restaurant, And, although very great food and service, some days it is very difficult to get in. Wait times can be as long as an hour during peak (also depends...More
I ordered the banana pancake and small dry noodle which is they are known for. It was the best pancake. Price is affordable and many to choose from the menu. Next time you’re in Maui, I recommend you to try this place. Located in Wailuku.
This is our go-to place for breakfast or lunch when we want tasty local food and not the standard hotel fare. The dining room is smallish and staff are friendly and very capable. The loco moko and saimen are especially good. Bring cash, cards don’t...More
Pros: excellent service, small unpretentious room clearly enjoyed by lots of locals, low price, the BBQ beef stick was very good
Cons: the main draw in many reviews, the 'dry noodles' were bland at best, forgettable to be honest, with overcooked bits of chicken and...More
We reserved the side room for breakfast as we had a large group in my family. The staff was amazing as always. We ordered breakfast items plus local food like Loco Moko, Dry mein, BBQ beef sticks, Saimin and Pancakes. All the food was delicious.
This may have been a nostalgic visit, but their manju is the best ever. I've had their manju for over 50 years, from when they were in Puunene and we use to get one before we went to school.
I also got an ampan and...More
No. No Apple/Google pay either. This is very common for "Mom and Pop" restaurants on Maui and other outer islands from Oahu. I recall a sign in Hawaiian Hale (Las Vegas) that said it simply: "In God We Trust; All Other... More
No. No Apple/Google pay either. This is very common for "Mom and Pop" restaurants on Maui and other outer islands from Oahu. I recall a sign in Hawaiian Hale (Las Vegas) that said it simply: "In God We Trust; All Other Please Pay in Cash!" Accepting personal checks is also another, "nah, we no do that either."