Restaurants in Maui

For those who may be going to Maui in the near future, or just for your own reference, I have links to the different restaurants I discussed in my post about the food on Maui.

Mama’s Fish House –
It is recommended to make reservations in advance. The best time would be close to dusk and sunset. The restaurant is a beachfront open restaurant with the beach, ocean and palm trees as your view.
Once you are on the website, you can make your reservations from a link there to It is very easy to do.

Leilani’s –
It is on the beach, open air in Whalers Village – which is next door to the Westin Maui. Easily accessible via the beach path to the other hotels on K’annapali beach area. Great view, fish sandwiches and drinks.

Joe’s Simply Delicious Food -
It was a bit hard to find. It is on the grounds of a condo area, and tennis club. Once you find it, it is a really great restaurant. Great atmosphere – open air facing the tennis courts, and the food it outstanding!

Cool Cat Cafe –
We didn’t get there (ran out of meal times) but they were rated in the food guides as the best burgers on Maui. Friends told me that the “Don Ho” burger with Fries is a MUST.

Hula Grill
Is also in Whalers Village – and the group that owns them, also owns Leilani’s, as well as the Duke’s chain.

The Plantation house
We had breakfast included at the Westin, but friends of mine said they ate breakfast there every day on the last trip to Maui.

Hali’imaile General Store
Again, ran out of time, but if you go – order the crab pizza, from other friends, if they could have eaten that everyday they were there, they would have.

A couple other ones that we didn’t get to, but all were recommended:
Aloha Mixed Plate

As you can see, the choices are endless and plentiful. My next trip = more time in Maui!!!

If you have been to Hawaii, I would love to hear where you went to eat, for the next time!