photo credit: Laura La Monaca
For almost 20 years, Tiffany’s was a mainstay in Wailuku. The part-dive, part-sports bar had a menu of over 100 dishes that included sushi, honey walnut shrimp, and bibimbap—that’s Hawai‘i for you. New ownership recently took over and spiffed up the space slightly by adding bright murals and toning down the screaming orange walls, though they kept the TVs, black ceiling, and blue booths.
The menu’s been slimmed down to “just” 50 or so items—many of the favorites are still there, alongside new additions like the drunk-food-but-make-it-fancy crinkle-cut fries topped with truffle, parmesan, and hot dog chips. Get the classic saimin, the Just Like Oxtail Soup, which swaps the bony oxtail for brisket, and the hamachi sashimi that’s flooded with a shiso and ponzu version of finadene.
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