Kahukui/Wailuku

Where Maui - - The Guide Dinner -

A SAIGON CAFÉ—

Viet­namese’. Find great seafood and vege­tar­ian selections at this af­ford­able restau­rant that is pop­u­lar with lo­cals. 1792 Main St., 808.243.9560.

DA KITCHEN—

Hawai­ian. Fa­vorites in­clude the Hawai­ian mixed plate, mahimahi tem­pura, pulehu grilled steaks, fresh seafood and a dif­fer­ent va­ri­ety of other lo­cal plate lunch fa­vorites, such as teriyaki chicken, chicken katsu and the pop­u­lar loco moco. 425 Koloa St., 808.871.7782.

STILL­WELL’S BAK­ERY & CAFE—

Dessert/Cof­fee. Their Lilikoi Mousse Cake and the cream horns have made head­lines and sell out quick. If you are head­ing to Iao Val­ley for the day, stop by for a cup of Joe and some baked treats. Find clas­sic baked goods as well as spe­cial oc­ca­sion cakes. still­wells­bak­ery.com. 1740 Kaahu­manu Ave., 808.243.2243.

TASTY CRUST RESTAU­RANT—

Re­gional. An­other Maui institution, the sign out­side says “world fa­mous pan­cakes” and the res­i­dents and visi­tors who have been din­ing here for the past 50 years know ex­actly why. Also serv­ing a lunch and din­ner menu of lo­cal fa­vorites. Open at 6 a.m. daily, no credit cards ac­cepted — debit cards and cash only. tasty­crust. com. 1770 Mill St., 808.244.0845.

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