Headed to “Maktober” in Makawao tonight? Considering sampling the fares at Da Puerto Rican Food Truck; guaranteed to transport you to another small, but diverse island just 5733 miles away.
Think judging a Top Filipino Chef cook off is easy? Well, you’re right…mostly. Get the inside scoop on the three dishes presented at Saturday’s FIl-Am Heritage Festival.
Lilikoi Grill in Haiku offers an array of tasty pupus and pizzas, but the finished product – particularly the preparation and +service time – can be inconsistent.
There are 118 professionals who’ve earned the title Master Sommelier in North America; only three in Hawaii. Spend time with one of them – Patrick Okubo – this Thursday.
Joe’s takes some of the comfort out of comfort food, offering fried chicken that requires a steak knife. Happily, Ahi Carpaccio redeems the experience.
Fabiani’s Bakery and Pizzeria on Lipoa Street in Kihei offers excellent thin-crust pizza and fair prices on decent food, but the pastries are the real standout.
On Friday nights from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m., the Kahili Restaurant offers their ‘all you can eat’ Prime Rib and Seafood Buffet. Wear your loose-fitting pants: you’ll thank us later.
If you have written Beach Bums in Ma’alaea off as just another tourist trap: reconsider. They offer an amazing breakfast at unheard of (in Maui) prices.
Maui Brick Oven Pizza in Kihei just opened, but if you have severe wheat intolerance, you may find yourself compelled to stop reading, drop everything, and go. Now.
Craving Pineapple Grill Executive Chef Isaac Bancaco’s Steamed Manila Clams and have about $50 burning a hole in your pocket? Here’s the recipe!
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