October 2022 by Corey Brown
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April 2021 by Tammy Jo
Authentic food!! Friendly staff, not touristy
January 2021 by Kara Bob
October 2020 by Priscilla F.
I have order lunch at CAA I had the chicken adobo and the pork adobo and was not and I mean no satisfy with the food and the taste the chicken didn't taste like adobo and it was not cook properly it was kind of on the tuff side and the pork adobo was not what I expected it was tasty, I have eaten at CAA before and I have live there food but for some reason it just not my favorite place to eat anymore have they change the cook? I know there use to be a guy that use to cook and his cooking that what brought me back there alot and I miss that good taste. Won't be there for awhile I'm sorry to say its not the same
July 2020 by Gabriella S.
Been getting their food for years. Always fast and efficient. The store and the tables are always clean. Staff are very friendly. I've been ordering them from Bite Squad for three months due to the virus, and everything is always right. Their BBQ chicken is my favorite, and the Pork N Peas are the best on this island to me. Thank you for the work you continue to do during these hard times.
December 2019 by Nikolai K.
DANG the adobo fried rice here is BOMB!! My wife and I came here on our first morning of our Hawaii vacation. Saw the pictures on Yelp and knew we gotta check it out. The adobo fried rice we got for the two of us to share. The portion is HUGE. It comes wrapped in a thin egg like an omelette sort of, but it's huge and stuffed. The rice is absolutely delicious, flavorful, moist, with lots of vegetables and meat inside. The adobo pork is absolutely fantastic - big juicy fatty pieces just the way I like it. The price is very competitive for a breakfast for two, this dish filled us up all the way through dinner, no joke. Would absolutely love to come back here again next time we're in Maui.
October 2019 by Gretchen S.
So I have only tried this place once years before and I forgot why I never went back. Decided to stop in recently for some lumpia and see what else looked good. When I walked in I almost slipped on some water or grease, so I told someone about it immediately. In any case, I saw the pork and veggie lumpia right away and it looked great. At 96 cents a piece, I got 4 and was happy they remembered the chili pepper water too. I also decided to try their pork and pumpkin, half and half pancit bihon and rice, pork and peas, and some kind of vinegar based steak and onions (not adobo though apparently). Everything looked pretty good at first, somewhat greasy but not entirely a turn off. Unfortunately when I got home, as you can see from the pictures, there was a lot more grease included than I would have liked - so much that I had a massive stomach upset later. As much as I enjoyed the lumpia, I probably will never order from their hot line again. Not worth the time on the toilet honestly. If I go back it will only be for the lumpia. Be forewarned if you're like me and get sick from a lot of grease, check your items carefully before ordering. So far I think Bistro Manila (sadly closed now, along with Max's), Tante's, and Originz have been in the lead for me for good Filipino food, followed by Paradise (when they're not greasy too), and Golden Coin/CAA are coming in dead last unfortunately (with the exception of the lumpia here and GC's Halo Halo).
August 2019 by Lauralea Medeiros Aveiro
Catered a party with them and was totally pleased. Food was delicious and service was the best!
July 2019 by Michele N.
The food is okay. Cascaron is always my favorite. They do give good size portions for catering. That's why we ordered from them.
April 2019 by Heidi L.
THOSE LADY FINGERS THO!!!! I'll keep it short and sweet. It's totally acceptable to eat as many lady fingers as you have actual fingers in one sitting... right? I've never actually eaten anything else from here, lol, but who needs to when you have little rectangles of deliciousness in a box that make you forget about the turo turo hot food section :-)
February 2019 by Regina R.
Delicious food. I had the adobo fried rice omelet. Its $12 and is massisive. Seriously huge portion. Maybe 4 big servings or 6 small. Also tried the vegetable lumpia. Kinda heavy for veggie i thought. Tried the small sweet sausages. They are sweet. Not my thing. But the omlette was so fantastic. Will definitely come back to. Try more Also got an empanada but did get to taste it.
January 2019 by Leila F.
Omg! Filipino food craving with Surprises. Baked goods .... DANGEROUS OH THEY GOT COOKIES !!!!! YUMMMMM FOOD is delicious and their baked goods. Scrumptious!! Diet resolution not happening so far as of Jan 14, 2019 but this was a great Bon-Voyage to carbs. All craziness aside. Hubby and I was just talking about how consistent the food is. Always the same. Great home cooking.
January 2019 by Maria P.
If you're hankering for some Filipino food or snacks, CAA Market Place is one of a handful of shops in the central area to get your fix. They are located off of Lower Main St. and have a little parking lot in the back of their building. Inside you'll find an array of baked goods, Filipino chichirya (junk food/snacks), and other imports from the Philippines like canned goods, shampoo, along with the ever popular skin whitening soaps and facial cleansers. Haha. It's a small, but good mix of Filipino products and they're all neatly displayed. You'll also see a hot food line as they serve breakfast, lunch, and do catering as well. They also have a small selection of made to order local food kine plates. What most people probably don't know is that upstairs they have a banquet room that they rent out for conferences and events. It comes with tables and chairs and can comfortably fit around 80 people, maybe a bit more. It's perfect for small parties and CAA can even do the catering for you. It's been a few years since I last inquired so the price may have gone up from $40/hr. All that said, I really come here for the lady fingers. OMG, they are so freaking good. I picked up a dozen earlier this week with every intention to share with my co-workers the following day as an end of the year treat. I sat down with my husband and next thing we knew we only had 4 left.... LMAO! What the. We were bewitched by the simple, scrumptious, little bites of lady fingers! Even my husband was like, "I don't remember these being this delicious!" At least I had good intentions right? Haha. They're $1 a pop so it's a quick, easy treat for yourself or to bring to the office or small get togethers. They provide a small bag in the fridge, but if you're looking to pick up a lot, just ask one of the workers behind the counter and they'll provide a box for you. Enjoy!