The Mill House is a restaurant that is located in the Maui Tropical Plantation. This restaurant is the epitome of the Farm to Table concept that is gaining popularity among restaurants. The restaurant’s prime location allows it access to the fresh produce that comes from the crops that they grow here. Guests are treated to dishes that use fresh locally grown ingredients and beautiful vistas. The executive chef of the restaurant is Chef Jeff Scheer. He also helms the unique Chef’s Table event that happens weekly in the restaurant.
Thai Mee Up is located right at Kahului Airport. This food truck is greeting visitors with a plate of tasty and scrumptious dishes. Tourists get a taste of their dishes when they first arrive. Their dishes have captivated customers. One of these dishes is the stuffed chicken wings. These have even earned praise from Guy Fieri. He had this to say, “This is like a freight train to Flavortown.”.
If you are in the mood for noodles and Chinese cuisine then you should head out to Ramen Ya in Kahului. This restaurant is satisfying customers with their filling and delicious dishes. Customers are raving about their scrumptious gyoza, their flavorful Seafood Crispy Noodle, and their tasty Mochiko Chicken. Each of their dishes are made with care and using the best ingredients.
Acevedo’s Hawaicano Cafe is a famous restaurant located in Kahului. This restaurant is serving Hawaicano Cuisine. This is a combination of Hawaiian and Mexican cuisine. This certainly piqued the interest of locals and tourists alike. Some of the choices you can pick are their perfectly cooked grilled beef, yummy steaks, flavorful drinks, and wonderful beer. They are also famous for their great service and friendly staff.
Las Pinatas of Maui is a unique restaurant in Maui that is serving delicious and filling Mexican dishes. If you are craving for Mexican classics like burritos and tacos, then you will need to get here. They will surely fill you up. If you are feeling extra hungry, then get their Kitchen Sink Burrito. These are the largest and messiest burritos on Maui.
This restaurant is considered a hidden gem in Kahului. It takes some effort to find this but it is worth the effort. This place is famous for their cozy atmosphere and delicious German Cuisine. When you’re inside, you will forget that you are in Maui. Try to get here earlier since this place fills up fast for lunch.
This restaurant in the Maui Seaside Hotel boasts a huge menu. They serve a variety of dishes. From classic Hawaiian cuisine to Filipino classics. You can build your own loco moco with ingredients like Spam, Vienna sausage, beef stew or chili among others. You can also try their loco moco challenge. You have to finish a loco moco 4 times the normal size. Four patties, 8 scoops of rice, 8 eggs and a ton of gravy make up this beast.
This restaurant is situated near the airport which is why it has a steady amount of people. However, locals head here because of the delicious food that they offer. They serve eggs and toast among others for breakfast. For lunch, you can have some sandwiches and pizza. If you’re coming here for dinner, they have a selection of noodle and pasta dishes.
This Hawaiian restaurant in Kahului is a favorite of locals and tourists alike. With their creative and modern take on Hawaiian Cuisine, it’s hard to leave this place hungry. If you want to have a filling meal then try their plate lunches. This is guaranteed to satisfy you. All of their dishes are made from fresh local ingredients. This place is sure to let you have a taste of local Maui Flavor.
This restaurant is located just one mile from the Kahului Airport which makes this a favorite of visitors that wants to have a good meal before heading back home. They are serving a combination of Mediterranean and Italian cuisines. Start each meal with their delicious tapas, small offerings that showcase their chefs’ creativity. You can choose from a selection of salads, sandwiches, paninis, and pasta. Whatever you go with is guaranteed to fill you up.
Giannotto’s in Wailuku is located in the middle of Wailuku town. This is an excellent spot to hangout with friends and family. Nothing beats relaxing with loved ones over a nice pizza. This place is also offering more than what their name implies. They have a wide selection of delicious subs and flavorful pasta.
808 on Main is a food joint in Wailuku that is satisfying their customers with their meals. Here you can take your pick from their assorted menu. You can go for one of their burgers or their assorted panini. They also serve salads and full meals. Their award winning sandwiches are sure to make customers come back. Every time a customer finishes there is nothing left on their plates.
This restaurant in Wailuku offers home cooked Tex-Mex dishes and favorites. They have an assortment of meals you can choose from. All their meals are made from scratch and uses only the best local ingredients. Some of their options are burritos, tacos, a wide assortment of burgers and sandwiches and chimichangas. It doesn’t matter if you’re vegan or vegetarian, they have something for you.
This Japanese restaurant is a favorite of residents and tourists. The long line tells you as much. If you want to have a better set of options, get here early. They sellout of most of their dishes pretty early. This itself is a testament of the taste of their food. Some dishes they offer are Chicken Katsu and the Miso Cod.
This restaurant is a hidden gem. It isn’t easy to find and most of their customers are locals who are regulars here. The one thing that keeps customers coming here is not advertisement but their food. Their delicious Vietnamese dishes are amazing. Some of their options are green papaya salad, rice in a clay pot and their lemongrass curry. They also offer burritos that you can make yourself table side.
Aria’s is the place for you if you are looking for island food with a twist. They offer a wide variety of dishes for lunch and dinner. These include their Asian Braised Pork Belly, Salmon BLT and Crab Cakes. Their staff can help you choose and give recommendations if you are a bit confused. They also serve breakfast on weekends. Although they don’t serve alcohol, you can still bring your own.
This restaurant in Wailuku doesn’t get that much visitors as customers. Most of their patrons are locals and some tourists. They only serve breakfast and lunch. Their breakfast options are the usual, eggs, bacon, hash browns and omelettes. For lunch, they have plate lunches, burgers and sandwiches. However, their most famous dish is their “Dry Mein” or dry noodles. These are basically noodles not in a broth. They are seasoned with their special seasoning.