Aloha ‘Aina BBQ Review
On the north shore between Paia and Haiku at 3454 Hana Highway, you’ll find sweet and spicy baby back ribs, huli huli chicken, kiawe pork belly, and fourteen-hour beef brisket. Call them at (808) 783-7484 or swing by 11 am to 5 pm Wednesday through Saturday.
But that’s not all!
We love the locally caught ahi limu poke, impossible burger loco moco, and pan-seared fresh fish with lemongrass pesto glaze.
We’re really not that big on pohole ferns, but their salad was awesome! Changed my mind about them. They also serve cilantro coconut sticky rice, fire-roasted cornbread, wasabi scallion potato salad, Mexican street corn (on the cob), and griddled banana bread with guava butter.
Quick, inexpensive and delicious
We’re so grateful for those in our community serving delicious food and breaking up the monotony of cooking at home! Their location is a quick drive if you’re on the north shore, and must-do stop when heading to Hana.
While a sailing privately is already amazing, the Island Star offers Maui’s most unique and exclusive dining experiences.
We breakdown exactly what has changed at the Grand Wailea Luau (also called ‘Aha’Aina Luau) and the pros and cons after reopening.
Great breakfast and lunch, fast service and low-prices are found at the newest addition to Makawao’s food scene!