Maui Restaurant Reviews
Maui has some of the best restaurants in the world!
We’re proud of our local chefs and the many impressive chefs that now call the Valley Isle home. Here, we review our favorites. That’s right, we’re not reviewing every Maui restaurant. We have restaurants that are amazing, good, subpar and awful. We’d rather not waste time on the ones that don’t wow us! We’ll also be revisiting and updating each as we go. Mahalo for reading!
Mauka Makai restaurant at the Westin Nanea Ocean Villas offers traditional Hawaiian cuisine from Executive Chef Ikaika Manaku. One of the best restaurants in Kaanapali, Maui.
If you haven’t had a good bibimbap, you’re in for a treat. An assortment of cooked and uncooked ingredients are served in a blazing hot stone bowl.
Satori Maui is a Makawao food truck serving farm to table sushi. Both long & hand rolls are served. Try their vegetarian options!
A welcome culinary addition to sleepy Makawao, Habibi on Maui is an outdoor restaurant offering delicious Middle Eastern Fusion.
Haiku needs more great spots to eat & buy local meats. Toohey’s Butchery & Bistro is meeting both needs with delicious food & fresh product.
Everything was delicious! The salmon was a touch overdone, but that’s my only complaint. The “bacon” and eggs stole the show though.
Great breakfast and lunch, fast service and low-prices are found at the newest addition to Makawao’s food scene!
The Hula Grill is perfect for every visitors to west Maui, with indoor classic dining areas along with a more casual outdoor toes-in-the-sand dining.
The Waikapū Valley was a little cloudy, but blue skies hung overhead. I love when the clouds weave through the mountains. Truly a unique view.
This morning I had the CRABCAKE BENEDICT – Fresh avocado, poached eggs, hollandaise, dragonfruit chili sauce, potatoes. It was perfect!
The building, both above and below ground, is awesome! Roof top dining is about as good as it gets. I was hoping for some really great food, and I got it.
It’s a good thing too because the menu was a little overwhelming at first. It holds so many unique dishes that it has a glossary.
Had the most amazing breakfast at La Provence. This lil Upcountry spot is always busy and serves up delicious meals.
This morning’s breakfast had a great view and zero crowd. Our friend Jon has a egg, bacon breakfast while I settled for a pretty massive serving of Ahi Poke Nachos. ONO!!!