This place has great authentic Filipino food !! I enjoyed their lumpia and pancit ! I also ordered a steak meal but unfortunately forget the name of it! You cannot go wrong with a meal here. The service was great also !
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I've never had Filipino food before so I can't really compare it to others. We were at the mercy of the waitress to recommend what we try. She was very kind and gave us some good options to get a feel for their cuisine. I...More
Pretty average. We had the ultimate pancit, which was ok. The lechon kawali was dry. Pinakbet was good. Fried chicken was a little overcooked. Bbq sticks were delicious. Halo halo needed more sugar. Bulalo was bland. Overall the experience was ok. Not rushing to go...More
Hard to find in a small industrial strip. Family owned, nice people, but same menu for lunch and dinner, so it made lunch pricey. I had a restaurant.com coupon, would not have wanted to pay full price. The Halo Halo dessert was fun.
A little while ago I was talking to my good friend, Al, about where he would go for a really good Halo-Halo. He said I had to go to Bistro Manila for the best Halo-Halo on the island. Now I've had some great Halo-Halo before....More
My husband and I honeymooned to Maui. I found Bistro Manila online and at first glance, I saw bistro lights and it looked like a nice romantic place. We we arrived, it was not what I had imagined, and was disappointed. Until the owner and...More
My family go here every time we visit Maui. The family that owns the restaurant are inviting and very kind. If you enjoy Filipino food or have wanted to try Filipino food this is absolutely the place. Its located not too far from the airport.
We've eaten Filipino food in Los Angeles, Toronto, Aruba, San Diego, San Francisco and others cities and THIS has been the best experience so far. The meals had a home cooked, family dinner flavour but with high-end presentation (and quality ingredients)! Can't wait to go...More
We live on Maui and go there for dinner about once a month. It is amazingly difficult to find a good Filipino restaurant here. We like the dinaran, sisi, and a soup that I cannot name. Half the time, no most of the time, I...More
With as many Filipinos I've seen in Maui, I'm surprised there is only a handful of Filipino restaurants. Maybe most of the Filipinos here know how to cook so there isn't a need? Anyways, for some strange reason our party had the urge to have...More