Since the late 1980’s sushi has long been a favorite amongst Americans. The bite-sized morsels of fresh seafood served with perfectly prepared rice have taken many shapes, sizes and forms. From raw to torched to completely unconventional; sushi is sure to satisfy.
I stumbled upon a Wailuku sushi spot, not just because it’s BYOB, but because the sushi is made-to-order, seafood is extremely fresh and the price is acceptable for the superb quality. M Sushi starts at $3 for miso soup and edamame, add basic maki rolls that average $9, sashimi up to $20 and specialty rolls that average $20 for 8-10 pieces.
Locally owned and operated by a mother and son duo, the food here is not fast food, it’s good food and that’s why I call it Good Eats!
1063 Lower Main Street, C110
Wailuku, HI 96793
Open everyday (except Monday) 5-11pm.
Olena is Executive Editor, Food & Lifestyle at MAUIWatch. The founder of Olena Heu Communications, a social media, digital
marketing, consulting and freelance writing company, Olena holds a BA
and MA in Communication and Speech from Hawaii Pacific University.
An adjunct professor, lecturer and motivational speaker Olena is also an award winning journalist, writer, photographer and avid traveler.