Best Seafood restaurants nearby. Discover the best Seafood food in Maalaea. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Seafood restaurants near you.. Māʻalaea is a census-designated place (CDP) in Maui County, Hawaiʻi, United States. The population was 352 at the 2010 census. Māʻalaea is the site of a small boat harbor, as well as the Maui Ocean Center.
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4 based on 649 reviews
Serving up "ALOHA," all day long. We pride ourselves with preparing our meals fresh everyday, homemade sauces, organic farm to table salads, in house roasted macadamia nuts and your order cooked individually for you while you wait. Just a 100 yds away fro
Very friendly and prompt service. The mahi mahi was generously-sized and served with brown rice and a nice salad (with feta, nuts, seeds and a light dressing). The lemon and dill sauce was really tasty too. A tasty and very satisfying meal at a friendly establishment. Conveniently there is foil at the front so you can take away and keep your meal warm.
4 based on 77 reviews
The Kahili Restaurant welcomes you to enjoy our exciting location tucked away in the West Maui Mountains. A favorite meeting place where visitors and residents relax. The dining room and the lanai over look our amazing 18-hole golf course with spectacular
Our lunch was between Average and Above average.. we both had burgers ordered medium that were on the well side of medium. Ample size with lots of lettuce, tomato and onion. The view from the terrace is lovely looking across the valley, watching the planes come into Kahaluli airport.Aloha Shirley,Thank you so much for your review of Kahili Restaurant. We hope you visit us again soon!Mahalo,Dreanne Shaw
4 based on 729 reviews
Itâs probably better based on the reviews, but it wasnât this day. The help was less than friendly, and our first try at ono fish and chips wasnât fresh (itâs usually great we found out elsewhere). Maybe on a better day with a friendlier staff would do better. This clearly seems to be a local favorite, but it was disappointing for us - the food trucks were better and nicer too.
4 based on 986 reviews
My family of four came in right at the opening of the restaurant so grabbing a table was easy. The menu is short an sweet with a short variety. The spicy tuna nachos ARE BEYOND DELICIOUS!!!!! The crab cakes were pretty average. They have different fresh fish daily which is cool. You can choose how it is prepared. I had a house style traditional garlic and capers serving with mashed potatoes; it was great! My husband had the Mediterranean style which is spicy with a rice bedding; also very great! The restaurant has a short kids menu. Oldest loved her grilled steak and rice. My little once desperately wanted french fries (the dont have any) but did well eating the the rice pilaf. Service was very friendly and knowledgeable. Atmosphere is small and quaint but very clean and upscale.
4 based on 16 reviews
The Original Hawaiian Shrimp truck is were you will get fine dining food on a Food Truck. Food so good you can taste the ALOHA!!!
a full dozen fat shrimp, well seasoned (options) for a great price.served with scoop rice, scoop mac & crab salad (love this stuff!!)they will swap the rice for another scoop salad if you ask (n/c)fastreally busy at lunch - many many locals buy lunch here50 shrimp party platters too - great deal
4 based on 324 reviews
Miso Phat Sushi Kihei is here to serve you with Freshest Fish, Award Winning Sushi, and Best Customer Serve in Kihei. Come check out our daily specials.
For our last meal on island, we stopped at Miso Phat. We ordered the Miso Phat roll and the TNT roll, Kanpachi nigiri, and Hamachi nigiri. The Miso Phat Roll is Spicy Tuna roll wrapped with Unagi and avocado, topped with Tobiko, Unagi sauce & Sesame Seeds. REALLY tasty. The TNT Roll is Shrimp Tempura and Crab roll topped with Ahi Poke and served with Unagi sauce and Agave Honey. The poke is seriously fantastic. Both are specialty rolls and live up to the tag line of âso big you could explodeâ â when ordering, budget about a specialty roll per person unless youâre really hungry. The kanpachi was vey good. The Hamachi was mind blowingâ¦ seriously fresh and like butter. We have been ruined until our next visit. We need to remember to order the Hamachi sashimi next time and come with a larger appetite. Good service, nice people. Prices are Hawaii pricesâ¦ if youâre not expecting them youâll be shocked. This said, they are island-normal and not obscene given the size of the rolls.
4 based on 36 reviews
We had a mostly disappointing experience when we dined here. first, the $19.00 Spagetti Bolognese was very dry, we asked for some sauce on the side, to which $5.00 was added to our bill. We ordered Mondavi, and caught the owner pouring the house red (which was brought to our table) The Caesar salad was tiny, and the "house special" lobster was served, which amounted to HALF of a very small tail, one small claw and three or four legs. The flavor of the sauce was tasty, but for $32.00 it was a true disappointment. Then after all this, we get the bill with 20% added to the total, which was insulting considering the long talk we had with the owner about our working on Maui in the industry for many years. The bottom line is this is not an honest place, and when you serve a dry pasta, dont charge someone $5.00 extra for a little sauce. To top it off, he stated that he offered "kaamaina" discounts, and when I asked him about it, he stated that the "early bird" is your discount. What a crock, we will never go back to this little scam restaurant, there are much better choices in Maalaea, places that actually value their customers. Peace.
4 based on 307 reviews
Are you looking for the freshest seafood restaurant with beautiful ocean views in Wailuku, HI? Then look no further than Tante's Fishmarket Restaurant & Bar. Known for fresh ingredients that arrive daily and upscale seafood, sushi, and steak, this full-se
We've dined here on numerous occasions--happy hour, lunch and dinner. When we have visitors, we always make it a point to bring them to Tante's because there's something on the menu for EVERYONE. Think Ahi Poke Salad, burgers n' fries, Filipino cuisine, Island style grinds. The servers are always helpful and service is awesome. The food is always ONO. Now, a note to the reviewer who said there is no such thing as hot peel n' eat garlic shrimp. You might want to tell that to the shrimp trucks on Maui and Oahu. You're on the islands and we like our hot garlic shrimp with SHELLS ON. Even better....with HEADS still attached! It's not laziness, its ISLAND STYLE. Peel, suck on shells (and heads if provided), savor shrimp meat and rice bathed in garlic butter....ONO!
4 based on 1432 reviews
Food was delicious! View was even better! Tempura shrimp was a little heavily bartered to be considered tempura, but it was delicious!
4 based on 336 reviews
Conveniently located in Central Maui, Seascape Ma'alaea Restaurant is a favorite among Kama'aina and visitors alike. Our award-winning restaurant offers an enticing menu of island-inspired cuisine along with spectacular views of Ma'alaea Harbor. It's the
Went here with my family during an aquarium trip. We walked in at about 1:30pm and were seated right away. About the atmosphere. Although this is an aquarium restaurant, don't expect a theme gimmick like a huge glass tank to gaze at sharks and rays circling about, like the restaurants at UShaka in South Africa, The Seas at Disney Epcot, or Seaworld. Here, the dining area was set outdoors and uncovered, offering every table an unobstructed, picturesque view of Ma'alaea Harbor and the Bay. Those who may be averse to birds at close proximity, take note: there were free range chickens about. They didn't bother us (other than one of us who happens to have a phobia-like dislike of birds) but they weren't shy about almost brushing us by underfoot. I was impressed with the menu. Aside from the typical offerings found at attractions like this, which target mainland palates, like burgers and such, it included quite a few seafood and fish items, going with the aquarium theme, and some hints of local cuisine, such as a mac nut crusted mahi mahi and a mango-hoisin baby back ribs dish. I went with the fish and chips and it turned out to be quite good. I heard positive feedback around the table about the ribs and the teriyaki chicken. Oh, I almost forgot to mention that the server was friendly and attentive. The dishes were brought out in a timely manner and our needs were taken care of well. It should be noted that not every aquarium has an on-site restaurant, not even the larger ones. Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta (the largest aquarium in Western hemisphere currently), and Adventure Aquarium in Camden, New Jersey are quite larger attractions, but neither features a full service restaurant. Georgia's has a cafeteria. New Jersey's has a quick service food court. New England Aquarium in Boston has an upscale seafood restaurant & bar that is open seasonal only and has a bigger price point. To compare this with another full service restaurant at a comparable price point that happened to be the only one of its kind available at its particular attraction, I can only think of Hersheypark Place, which was at a theme park rather than an aquarium. It has permanently shut down recently, perhaps due to the mediocre food and the sluggish service. Fortunately, it is easily outclassed by Seascape.All in all, I was impressed with this aquarium restaurant. Unassuming, gimmick-free, reasonable prices, a menu that tries to include local flavors, quality food, great view and atmosphere. For what it is, I'd recommend this for a lunch break during an aquarium visit. The aquarium is better for having this restaurant in it.
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