- OTOpenTable DinerHawaii •4 reviews5.0Dined 6 days agoI’ve been dining here for over thirty years and I’ve never been disappointed. Every time we visit Maui we make a point of dining here. This time was no exception. Fantastic food sumptuously prepared. Excellent service. Attentive without intrusion. Sincere and accommodating. New England charm mixed with a feeling of Old Hawaii. Thank you for continuing to amaze me!More infoHaliimaile General StorePrice: Expensive• Hawaii Regional Cuisine• Makawao•4.8
- DSDennisSvipSan Francisco Bay Area •3 reviews5.0Dined on 12 Nov 2023We LOVED it here. The space felt like a secret garden, and the food and service phenomenal! Can’t wait to go back.More infoVana PaiaPrice: Expensive• Sushi• Paia•4.6
- RLRobertLvipLos Angeles •37 reviews4.0Dined on 25 Oct 2023The location looks very similar to a restaurant I visited years ago in Kyoto, Japan. There's a small sushi bar and several low tables with cushions to sit on. My date and I enjoyed being the only ones in the restaurant when they opened at 5:30. The Maguro handrolls were very good. We also enjoyed the cold Soba noodles, the Tofu salad, and the Daikon Radish salad. The staff was very friendly and efficient.More infoWabisabi Soba & SushiPrice: Expensive• Japanese• Paia•4.8
- SBSarahB1 review5.0Dined on 28 Jul 2023The food, vibe, and service were all excellent. Highly recommend!More infoThe Wooden CratePrice: Expensive• Organic• Upcountry•4.6
- OTOpenTable DinerHawaii •1 review5.0Dined on 2 Jan 2023My wife and I experienced a lovely meal together here and will definitely be back. We enjoyed a lovely 4 course meal and everything we had was beautiful. Great meal and highly recommend. EnjoyMore infoCasanova Italian RestaurantPrice: Moderate• Italian• Makawao•4.6
Iconic for its gorgeous beaches and endless sun, Haiku, Maui, is also a desirable place to enjoy excellent cuisine. On an island where barbecue is a must, try pork ribs or Hawaiian beef jerky, a dish also called pipikaula. Don't leave the island without tasting the barbecue chicken, made with a sauce called huli huli. Fish is also a must. Enjoy everything from ahi tuna, prepared blackened, steamed, or raw, to ruby snapper. After dinner, don't forget the manju, a cookie with a sweet center for dessert. Or, go tropical all the way with breadfruit. If you're not in the mood for traditional island fare, you'll also find plenty of barbecue, Mexican, and American comfort foods here.