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Sam Sato's

1750 Wili Pa Loop, Wailuku, HI 96793
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  • Sam Sato's
    Malia Yoshioka
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    5 Nov 24, 2012

    Grew up with these comforting bowls of noodles and still must have at least one stop here any time I visit Maui. Famous for their dry mein and manju but last try the burgers, Teri sticks, plate lunches and turnovers. Get fries with Maui style mayo-mustard dipping sauce.

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  • Sam Sato's
    Taytum Kimura
    5 Oct 12, 2012

    The best noodle place on Maui. Warning!! It is very busy place to eat at, wait time, minimal 15-20 min. But worth the wait. The meal of choice, dry mein, cheeseburger and crinkle fries with mustard and mayo mix with ketchup, so good. So delish!! It doesn't stop there, they do have a menu of many different choices to pick from. But you cannot leave without either trying the manju or taking some home to enjoy later. They have two choices of manju, white bean and red bean. Both are sweet to the palette and small enough to be bite size. The also have turnovers, the best is apple. Oh one more advice, minimal parking, but lots of street parking, may be a little walk.

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  • Sam Sato's
    diamondleo
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    5 Jul 04, 2012

    Dry mein!!! and you can't leave without trying the lima bean manju! Make sure you get there early, we've never been there when it's NOT busy!! don't worry even when it is busy the wait isn't that long usually.

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    Aimee Paradise
    5 Jun 04, 2013

    Best dry mein ever!!!

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    Christian Follmann
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    5 Dec 02, 2010
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