Each time to the island this is required visit. The saimin is great and the wives loved the fried noodles. Also the lillikoi chiffon pie tops it of as the dessert. Get there early enough for the Manapua.
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If you don't like sitting next to strangers and need air conditioning then this isn't the place for you. If you want good food and a place to talk story with someone go here and have some good saimin
If you like saimin you'll enjoy Hamura's. Good local style saimin, won ton neon, and BBQ skewers. Also serve a great light chiffon kilojoules pie. Open late for late night snack attacks. Great saimin with all the correct garnishes. Yummy!
I came to this place as I heard they have the best saimin on the island. It's off the beaten path for sure, in an unassuming blue building, surrounded by cars from locals. It's warm inside, and you seat yourself. The waitresses working there are...More
At first we weren't sure we were in the right place. The restaurant is located in a quasi residential// industrial / commercial neighborhood. Don't let that deter you. Be brave and go in. Limited menu BUT what they do make is very good! The place...More
Nothing fancy, just great ramen prepared a few feet from you stool/seat. Sit at the counter to get the "local" feel of the place. We visit at least twice during our one week stay.
We knew we were going to have a very long day flying home, so we did a stop here at 10 AM for some ramen noodle soup. Seems like any time of day is a good time to have some. Piping hot and quick service....More
The restaurant has two doors. The left entrance is for those who want to purchase manapua. This Hawaiian item is only available at a limited number of establishments in Hawaii. This location was recommended by a Marriott hotel employee. I learned that the manapua is...More
Once again, we are in Kauai and had to stop here for Saimin. On our way to Ke'e Beach from Poipu and even if it was a bit early for saimin, my kids requested to come here for a good saimin. They open at 10am...More
The Hamura Saimin Stand was our first stop upon arriving on Kauai last summer. We found it listed as a gem in a popular guide book, and we were not disappointed. The whole crew of us piled in on stools around the counter and very...More