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“Restaurant Week Wailea”photo

More than twenty restaurants will be offering special prix-fixe menus to raise funds for the Maui Food Bank during Restaurant Week Wailea.

From Iron Chef Morimoto, James Beard award-winning Chef Alan Wong, and Top Chef finalist Sheldon Simeon to Maui's 2014 Chef of the Year, Isaac Bancaco, there are plenty of delicious dishes to devour. With so many to choose from, there are simply not enough nights to enjoy everything the restaurants have to offer, unless you can put away three dinners per night.

Here are our top three picks that can’t be missed:

Ka’ana Kitchen – The simply delicious, innovative dishes that come out of this kitchen are birthed from the brains and talent of Chef Isaac Bancaco. He was recently honored as this year’s Chef of the Year. When other Maui chefs vote for him, you know it has to be amazing.

Photo courtesy of Isaac Bancaco of Ka'ana Kitchen

Migrant Maui – Chef Sheldon Simeon, voted People’s Best New Chef by Food & Wine magazine readers, gives you his childhood and his heart with every single plate. His modern take on Filipino and Hawaiian dishes gives you an insight into the food that is served on the tables of the locals’ home, every day.  The restaurant’s slogan is right on target: “Come my house. Eat.”

Photo courtesy of Migrant Maui

Humuhumunukunukuapua’a – First, you can’t beat the ambiance. Even locals can’t help but fall in love with the setting: a thatched-roof restaurant that seems to float on its own lagoon. It is the postcard perfect photo. The food is consistently delicious, too. Just for the Humu Hula Pie alone, it’s one of the best coffee desserts on the island.

Photo courtesy of Humuhumunukunukuapua'a

All three restaurants are within walking distance from our villas. So leave the car keys behind and have another mai tai.

Call our Ho’okipa desk who will be happy to help you make reservations, which we highly recommend.




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