Sam Sato's Review
Every island has its noodle shrine, and this is Maui's. Dry mein, saimin, chow fun—they all come in different-size portions and with add-ins to satisfy every noodle craving. While you wait for your bowl, be sure to try a teriyaki beef stick or two. Save room for the popular turnovers—pineapple, coconut, apple, or peach—and traditional Japanese manju filled with either lima or azuki beans. At busy times, which is almost always, you will likely have to wait for a table or a stool at the counter. Be sure to write your name on the little yellow pad at the takeout window.