Once again, our readers are clear. Now Saigon Cafe’s Vietnamese cuisine may surprise you, since it includes items like make-your-own burritos, which come with wraps that you cook in water at the table, but they’re still delicious. Prefer to be lazy? Clay pots just require a spoon. Oh, and everything here is served with a side of smart ass–in fact, one night my waiter’s wit outmatched mine. They rack up extra points with their Vietnamese beer and authentic down-to-the-house-made-sauce routine. 1792 Lower Main, Wailuku; 808-243-9560.
Photo by Sean M. Hower
Runner-up: Asian Star (JR) 1764 Wili Pa Loop, Wailuku; 808-244-1833.
About Jen Russo
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