Visited twice in one week for the dried noodles. That speaks for itself. Also had the BBQ beef stick twice! Not a fan of sweets but both pastries on the menu were tasty! Great place for cheap eats but place closes early at 2 pm.
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We go to here whenever we feel the need to eat noodles, which is often. It's dining area is of small capacity, so you may have to sign in and wait on the outside until they call your name. It's as simple as a noodle...More
Sam Sato's has been a part of the Maui landscape for years, so a bowl of dry mein and yakitori stick can always take me back to my childhood. The service is like you are at your aunty's house, warm attentive, but semi-self serve (get...More
The best of simple local cuisine in a friendly Mom and Pop atmosphere. Always a line/waiting list. They close by 2 pm. Busy breakfast and lunch crowd. Homemade noodles, Dry Mein, Saimin and variations, barbeque meat on a stick. Good daily specials. Even hamburger and...More
We had turnovers and manju here. The lima bean filling was our favourite. It tasted similar to some wagashi. The pastry exterior is a little thick for my preference, but it was good and not too sweet. I found the turnovers to be too dry,...More
This is a place that is always full of local folk . Simple , delicious Hawaiian food . Plain surroundings , but active and buzzing .
I'm not an expert on noodles but our bowls of dry noodles failed to impress us. The best description would be bland food. The beef sticks were very good as was the mac salad. Waitress was a charmer. Maybe it was our taste in food...More