While Maui has no shortage of Asian restaurants, most of them fit into two categories: touristy and expensive or local and run-down. This neighborhood ... More
While Maui has no shortage of Asian restaurants, most of them fit into two categories: touristy and expensive or local and run-down. This neighborhood gem happily falls somewhere in the middle. The ambiance could best be described as upscale authentic. Hints of Thailand show all over the restaurant, but this definitely is not a little grass shack in Bangkok. Potted plants dot the dining room, while ceiling fans whir overhead. The menu features quite a few unique seafood dishes. Scallop curry and seafood salad are both worth considering.
We ordered the food and and it came out rather quickly which was great but the waiter seemed like he just wanted us to eat fast and get out. We ordered the market price fish, which turned out to be spoiled and gave everyone that ate the diarrhea. Great experience! To top it off the spoiled fish cost $46. I wouldn't go here again if I was paid. My recommendation is find another place and don't let this ruin your experience.
One of the best on Maui! The staff is very good. The food is better than many of the other Thai restaurants on the island. Good selections, haven't had one I didn't like yet - just watch out for those green chili pepper bombs when you order items hot - like the salads - WOW! The coconut ice cream and hot banana lumpia are to die for! They also opened a restaurant in the Maui Mall in Wailuku (Central Maui).
The name of this restaurant is enough of a mouthful to be a meal in itself—many people shorten it to
"Humuhumu." Aside from its name, the restaurant has also received high acclaim for its delicious seafood and its setting. ...
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The Aston Maui Lu has been a landmark in South Maui, with its quiet setting, two private beach coves, and
comfortable accommodations.,br>Guest rooms are spread throughout the 28 acre coconut grove (the oldest coconut grove on Maui) and sprawling ...