Wokstar Noodle Cafe Restaurant in Kihei

Wokstar Kihei

CLOSED in 2011.  In spite of the name, Wokstar International Noodle Cafe was not a franchise of some giant chain restaurant, but was an independently owned tiny inexpensive restaurant in Kihei.  It was at 1913 South Kihei Road, in the Kalama Village shopping center, directly across from the whale statue in Kalama park.  Phone 808-495-0066.

You ordered your food at an indoor counter, but you ate at covered outdoor picnic tables.  The Asian-food menu included potstickers and other appetizers, wonderfully delicious Thai coconut chicken soup, noodle salads, and “bowls” of main courses with noodles or rice, that can be made vegetarian or with beef, pork, shrimp, or fish.  My favorite dessert was the absolutely yummy Banana Jaffel (toasted sandwich of peanut butter and bananas).  See below for a list of specific menu items as well as photos.

Wokstar was open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, seven days a week.  Say Aloha to the owners, Mark Musante and Sarah Gray.  If you are looking for an inexpensive place for very good Asian food in Kihei, this was it.
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Wokstar International Noodle Cafe menu (subject to change) $

Crispy Spring Rolls
Chicken Satay

Soups and Salads:
Thai Coconut Chicken Soup
Saimin Says
Miso Ramen Soup
Tofu Soba Noodle Salad

Maui Fried Rice
Yuki’s Veggie Fried Rice
Chow Mein
Kung Pow
Teriyaki Udon
Thai Red Curry
Into Peanut Stir-Fry
The above bowls can be vegetarian or can be with
chicken, beef, pork, shrimp, or mahi-mahi (fish)

Banana Lumpia
Banana Jaffel

Outdoor tables:

Wokstar International Noodle Cafe outdoor tables

Wokstar Kihei potstickers

Indo Peanut Stir-Fry Bowl:
Bowl stir fry at Wokstar Noodles in Kihei

Banana Jaffel with peanut butter dessert:
Wokstar Noodle restaurant dessert bananas peanut butter jaffel

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