Hana Farms Restaurant Review
Hana Farms is a must-stop experience along the Road to Hana. Their Bamboo Hale Grill & Pizzeria and their bakery are amazing!
They don’t take reservations, so make sure to stop and grab lunch or dinner (live music on select weekends.)
2910 Hana Highway
Hana, HI 96713
Hana Farms began in 1999 by selling banana bread and lemonade along the Hana Highway in 2006. Since, they’ve grown to a full farm, farm stand, bakery and restaurant.
We initially planned on stopping at the Nahiku Marketplace for lunch and coffee, but (having just reopened after the COVID break) only one spot was offering lunch with only 3 items on the menu. It was SLAMMED with people, so we moved on.
We moved on and decided to try Hana Farms. I can’t believe it took us so long to find this spot after all these years! This place is incredible, and the tacos were some of the best on Maui.
The Farm Stand has all kinds of great local products. We picked up some banana bread, coffee and a few coffee drinks.
The entire property is thoughtfully put together. They’re extending the eating area with more space in the back. It reminded us a lot of some of the spots on Bali. Everything was built with care and thought, but it didn’t take away from the island-vibe.
It always impresses us when we find people working really hard with aloha and truly care about their business. This is a prized stop along the Road to Hana, in our opinion.
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