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“Pau Hana Brew n Kau Kau”

Tiffany's Bar & Grill
Ranked #23 of 106 Restaurants in Wailuku
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: Chinese, Japanese
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Good for: Local cuisine
Dining options: Late Night
Reviewed July 2, 2013

Three of us went pau hana (after we finished working) for some brews and kau kau...others here have mentioned it's hard to find...well of course I live here on Maui and this place is literally 5 minutes from home, but even if it wasn't, it's not really hard to find at all...and as for the 'small parking lot'
some have mentioned I guess they didn't see/know of the Large parking lot, just for Tiffany's, directly across the street...

anyhow they have numerous beers on Tap...we went for Rolling Rock and Michelob Light...

also hod a few pupu...noodles with shrimp and sweet peppers...okay this translates into spaghetti with shrimp and sweet peppers...the style in which it's served I refer to as 'dry noodles' as there is no red sauce, in it's place is some garlic, grated cheese, and if I was making it Extra Virgin Olive Oil...though not sure what sort of oil they are using...I give it 3 out of 5...

spring rolls...what can you say? you buy them frozen and pop them into the deep fryer...at least they weren't greasy/oily, though it would have been nice to have something other than a very commercial Thai Sweet Chilli sauce for dipping...

steak grilled w/onion served pupu style...meaning cut up kine...bland tasting and that was just the onions...

all in all it was satisfying, hey it was late, we'd worked all day/night, and were hungry and thirsty...

have no idea what the bill was as Boss Lady paid for it all...w/assume it was about 50>60$ as we had 6 drafts, and the above mentioned pupu...

it is very family friendly, not too noisy and clean...what more can you ask for...


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1  Thank mauimann
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Reviewed May 28, 2013

This is a local place. Families come for birthday celebrations, guys watch the games, women come in after work it has something for everyone. The building is old like everything else in the neighborhood but there is plenty of parking. Waitpersons are very pleasant and keep your drinks and food coming. We have had wonderful dishes like honey-walnut shrimp, Kim Chee fried rice, korean beef it is all good and portions are huge. I took my 94 year old mother-in-law in to meet with my daughter and her co-worker on a Friday night. It was jam packed and noisy but we had a great time eating and chatting. Definately worth the effort to find this restaurant/bar.

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Reviewed May 19, 2013

Good food, drinks and service. Staff was very friendly and the food was great. A good place to go for pupus and drinks. Lots of TV,s for sporting events and a good assortment of food and drinks

Thank Robert T
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Reviewed March 7, 2013

Tiffany's works for us when we're all in favor of a different place. so their kind of like are go to second choice when in the Kahului/Wailuku area. the menu comprises of childhood favorites growing up in Hawaii, so it will be local but everyone comes here and enjoys. another happy maker here is Amber Bock and Stella Artois on tap.

their food is always welcomed by us. last week we went overboard with only three of us. thats how good it is here. anyway mochi malasadas, beef with eggplant, cake noodles, honey walnut shrimp, crispy pork and misoyaki butterfish. everything was a winner aside those malasadas which are only 5 bucks so worth a try. almost ordered the duck too but held back. I will add a duck pic for fun since they make it so good here. I would have to say Tiffany's has the best Chinese food on island and offer other food fares. I'm always leaving puffy and salted out but will keep returning.

weekends they get bumping and cant believe how friendly the staff is. I would go crazy. here is also a good choice for sports. they have the games going on, on a few TV's which u can see from either side of the table. the problem will be your company saying look look, and you have to turn around to see the other sets. when the sports are slow they rock out with some Karaoke.
they are lively, loud and fun.

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Reviewed February 17, 2013

If you want ambiance, this is not the place to find it. However, if you want good food that is cooked fresh for you, Tiffany's has it. We had some problems understanding the waitress (and she with us, too), but we finally had all our questions answered and put in our order. The kalbi ribs are wonderful: served sizzling on a platter with fried onions below them. Very good and very tasty. It's so hard to find these cooked the right way. The house chow mein was also very good, but with very limited meat. I wish we had more time to enjoy their plate lunches! Maybe next time. The place is a little hard to find, but worth finding.

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Thank jantravlz
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