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Maui, Hawaii, USA

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Maui Dining

In Maui, you’ll always dine in breathtaking surroundings but the problem is you might not remember the amazing cuisine you savored. With so many options for dining in Maui, you’ll just have to toss a coin to decide where to eat first.

If you want to splurge on unique dining, then Pineapple Grill Kapalua is the place. It’s won many awards and has been written up as the best on the Pacific. But the reputation has not gone to their heads. They still serve the best food for dining in Maui. Topping the list of favorites is ahi steak oriental style, grilled mahi-mahi with a sake-soy sauce and seafood paella Maui style of course.

Tip: You must leave room for the superb dessert. The signature cake is a creation using Maui pineapple with dark rum. It’s served with a side of Macadamia nut ice cream.

Another icon of dining in Maui is the Lahaina Fish Company. Fresh seafood is the star of the menu. However, you’ll still find favorites like the seafood pasta and steaks. The ambience is romance all the way. Its open air dining room sits over the water. Flickering torches glisten on the French crystal decorating each table.

Maui boasts great restaurants and one can’t miss Mama’ Fish House. It’s said to be the most expensive on the island but offers superb dining in Maui. If you’re a fish lover, this is it. The décor is so unique you’re impressed from the moment you walk in. Pick a table near the tropical blooms and feast your senses on fresh grilled ahi seasoned with coconut and lime. Or try the Ono prepared Teriyaki style with hints of ginger. You’ll delight in the flavors of Hawaii from yesteryears.

And for eternal lovers who wish to enjoy the moonrise, there’s Nick’s Fishmarket Maui. Take in the scents coming from the terrace as well as the panoramic views. Bring that special someone to enjoy the fresh seafood or the selection of steaks. Rack of lamb is among the well-liked dishes.

Plantation House Restaurant is a must for all visitors. It’s 360 degree view has won this venue a reputation for having the “best ambience.” You can see islands, mountains, a golf course and even the ocean. It makes it hard to concentrate on the menu but someone has to do it. Don’t miss the New Zealand lobster or the Rib Eye steak. The chef offers an array of sauces ranging from Italian to Hawaiian for his seafood creations. It’s casual and affordable.

Vegetarians will have a fabulous time dining in Maui. There are many options including the famous Down to Earth restaurant. The lasagnas and chili are divine. Even meat lovers wouldn’t miss the beef.

And for a taste of another part of the world, try Cilantro in Lahaina. This fabulous and inexpensive restaurant serves the best Mexican cuisine. Everything is made on premises including the tortillas. Try the roasted chicken flavored with citrus and herbs.

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