Price Range : $11-30 ($$)
Adress: 70 E Kaahumanu Ave Ste C5, Kahului, HI 96732
Phone: (808) 871-0828
- list_altTakes ReservationsNo
- credit_cardAccepts Credit CardsNo
- thumb_upGood ForLunch
- directions_bikeBike ParkingYes
- accessibilityGood for KidsYes
- groupGood for GroupsYes
- volume_upNoise LevelAverage
- transit_enterexitOutdoor SeatingNo
- tvHas TVYes
Of all the times that I visit this restaurant I never wrote a review so here it is at last lol.
This restaurant has so much items on their menu it really makes you take literally a good 5 minutes to decide what you want.
They have items you can choose off of the menu board and they also have hot and ready to eat food as well.
My family and I usually get the hot and ready to eat food being that it's right there staring at you making your decision difficult because you want to eat it all haha!!!
It's a family owned restaurant and it's ran by a husband and wife team.
They are really pleasant work quickly together.
My family and I ordered 2 choice plates, comes with your choice of fried rice, chow mein noodles, and 2 entree items of your choice.
They do give really decent portions and I find that their chow mein noodles is the best compared to Panda Express and a few other local Chinese restaurants here.
And of course I did have the chance to try their crispy cake noodles and it is delicious!!!
They also sell those sesame balls that are filled with sweet black beans! So yummy!!! You do need to get there early if you want those because they sell fast!
This restaurant has been here for many years and I'm so glad that they still are!
If you like being served with serious attitude and treated like you're a nuisance and and idiot for asking questions, then this is the place for you. Some of the worst service I've ever experienced worldwide and I live here. Wouldn't eat here again if it was free. Oily greasy attempt at Chinese food and an owner that will belittle you. Why are they still in business? Wei wei bbq noodle house or Tiffany's in Wailuku are worlds better for Maui standards. Or even the food court at Queen K has better options.
Cute little mom and pop restaurant. No frills, nothing fancy. Food was delicious! noodles, beef broccoli, kau yuk and ginger chicken. YUMMO!
As a Chinese, i have to say: NEVER GO THERE. Their atitute is very bad. The food is hard to eat. I can speak cantonese and english, but i have to speak english while they can speak cantonese. I did not feel any respective.
Jessi Lynne B.
This is literally like one of two Chinese eateries on the island aside from Pandas and L&L, if that counts. It's decent. Some days are better than others as far as coming in when the food is fresh. But the business is consistent which keeps the food hot and fresh for the most part. I'm in love with their noodles and the broccoli in their beef broccoli is always so delicious! It's an oldie but still a goodie making yummy food! One of the few places that has roast pork and like the only place that serves duck. The beverages are a little pricey but there's always free cup of water or grab a beverage from Longs. There's about 6 tables but now that the mall had a little remodel, there's even more seating outside if it's full! Don't forget to try a Jin dui. They have azuki and coconut. Omg I almost forgot to mention their suuuuper crispy and full gau gee! They don't skimp and have mastered that craft!