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Dining on Maui
Taste of the Island
It's a local necessity! A Hawaii classic of excess calories, carbs, and tastiness. Your traditional plate lunch consists of two scoops of rice, one scoop of macaroni salad, and at least one meat dish -- beef teriyaki? pork cutlet? hamburger pattie and gravy? breaded mahi? You choose -- there are lots of options. Some restaurants will let you substitute a green salad for the macaroni. Others might include a few extra side dishes. Most places will serve your meal on a plate if you are going to eat-in, but if you ask for take-out you can get your meal-to-go in a styrofoam box with fork or chopsticks (your choice) -- perfect for taking to the beach or park so you can dine in the open. A plate lunch works perfectly well for dinner too -- think of it as Hawaii comfort food.
& Luxury Van Tour
Tour the famous "Road to Hana" in luxury and comfort. This Maui tour provides you with the "Best of Both Worlds" by treating you to the luxury of a guided Limo--Van tour to Hana and then returning you on Blue Hawaiian Helicopters or Air Maui, where you will view the wonder of the Hana rainforest & Haleakala Crater.
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Excellent Service.Food is excellent. Overall very good experience. ...
Pollis has been for many years a great family place to go to. However, things have changed in a very poor way. The owner...
They have opakapaka on the menu, but when you get your food. Its one piece of opakapaka and the rest is talapia. They might...
This is not to be mistaken to be Wahu, Walee, Mahi-Mahi, Ono or Ahi. Texture is similar to Halibut but more moist....
* NO, not in Maui! Dress codes are relaxed throughout the island.