MAUI RESTAURANTSMaui has some amazing fresh specialties. Here are the some of the places we were able to check out.

Humuhumunukunukuapuaa Restaurant

Great place for the beautiful Maui Sunsets. Food is fantastic and a bit pricey. We enjoyed the Ahi Tuna entree and the Lamb Chops. They also have the option to hand pick your own lobster, expensive but pretty cool idea. Images Grand Wailea

Mama's Fish House

Mama's Fish House is a staple in Pa'ai. After a long trek through the Road to Hana, finish up with lunch or dinner here. It is famous and extremely yummy. Quite pricey but we enjoyed the Maui Onion Soup, Shrimp Rolls and the Mahi Mahi with stuffed crab topped with a lobster tail. Also be sure to spend some time in Pa'ia there are some cool shops and restaurants to check out.

Alan Wong's Amasia

After arriving on Oahu, we were in much immediate need of a Beer, Seafood and the Ocean. This was a perfect spot for all three. We had the Shrimp Cevichi Special, Homemade Crab Salad, and the Mahi Mahi Reuben. All three amazing! They are located right on the beach inside the Outrigger Reef on The Beach Hotel. Images Grand Wailea

Da Kitchen

Located in Kihei Beach, this place is cheap and 100% local. Our family friend the Gerkens have lived on Maui for years. Mary Ann is originally from the Big Island. We were ready from some local, cheap yummy food when we went to dinner with them! The Hawaiian plate is the best choice which Kahlua Pork and Chicken. BYOB.

Road to Hana Stop

If you need a place to stop on the beginning of your Road to Hana trail, stop here for a local waffle, crepe or smoothie. Everything is fresh, local and made daily. The trail mix and coconut candy is also yummy!