Dining

By , May 6, 2010 5:47 am
Vacationing on the beautiful Hawaiian island of Maui is definitely paradise on earth. You will feel as though you are vacationing in 2 distinct biospheres. In the Western part you will find a very mountainous area that includes nearly 6000 feet high Puíu Kuku, steep canyons where rainbows seem never ending, and extremely high developed leeward beaches which house the town of Lahaina.
The eastern part of Maui which is also a bigger area known as Haleakala which has a 10,000 feet high active volcano, many desert areas that border a large rain forest, and the South Shore which is one of the most popular beach resort areas amongst tourist and locals alike.
Among these beautiful areas you will find many attractions, luxury hotels, and tons of places to eat. The dining found in Maui varies which gives even the toughest critic more to choose from. Maui offers the perfect array of dining giving the ultimate experience. You can choose from the traditional Hawaiian and Polynesian restaurants or opt to eat at one of the many other ethnic choices found on the island.
If you are looking to try something different for each meal or night that you are on vacation you can chose from several different types of cuisines including Japanese, Thai, Sushi, Seafood, American, Italian, Polynesian, Vietnamese, Caribbean, and of course the traditional Hawaiian dishes. You can find many places to eat including casual eateries that are perfect for grabbing a quick snack before heading out for a day of sightseeing. You may also check out one of the more expensive restaurants that offer 5 course dinners cooked by one of Mauiís well renowned chefs.
If you are looking to eat outdoors many of the restaurants here offer outdoor seating which allows you to enjoy the breathtaking views over dinner. For those who are looking for a bit of romance having dinner near the beach while the sun is setting is perfect for newlyweds or those who just want to be alone. You may also choose to have a picnic on one of the many beaches found on Maui.
Depending on the season that you are vacationing and the particular restaurant you plan on eating at you may need to reserve a table in advance. If itís during a busy season you may need to place a reservation in order to secure yourself a good table.
The price that you pay for your food will also vary depending on your selection and the time of day. Some restaurants only cater to specific meals such as lunch and dinner while others only serve breakfast.
For those who are looking for fresh foods may opt to visit the flea markets where they can purchase fresh fruits, vegetables, baked goods, fish, and other yummy foods. You can then prepare the food yourself at your hotel or condo depending on where you are staying.
One thing that is definite that the dining in Maui is like no other.  You will definitely have experience that you remember for years to come.

Vacationing on the beautiful Hawaiian island of Maui is definitely paradise on earth. You will feel as though you are vacationing in 2 distinct biospheres. In the Western part you will find a very mountainous area that includes nearly 6000 feet high Puíu Kuku, steep canyons where rainbows seem never ending, and extremely high developed leeward beaches which house the town of Lahaina.

The eastern part of Maui which is also a bigger area known as Haleakala which has a 10,000 feet high active volcano, many desert areas that border a large rain forest, and the South Shore which is one of the most popular beach resort areas amongst tourist and locals alike.

Among these beautiful areas you will find many attractions, luxury hotels, and tons of places to eat. The dining found in Maui varies which gives even the toughest critic more to choose from. Maui offers the perfect array of dining giving the ultimate experience. You can choose from the traditional Hawaiian and Polynesian restaurants or opt to eat at one of the many other ethnic choices found on the island.

If you are looking to try something different for each meal or night that you are on vacation you can chose from several different types of cuisines including Japanese, Thai, Sushi, Seafood, American, Italian, Polynesian, Vietnamese, Caribbean, and of course the traditional Hawaiian dishes. You can find many places to eat including casual eateries that are perfect for grabbing a quick snack before heading out for a day of sightseeing. You may also check out one of the more expensive restaurants that offer 5 course dinners cooked by one of Mauiís well renowned chefs.

If you are looking to eat outdoors many of the restaurants here offer outdoor seating which allows you to enjoy the breathtaking views over dinner. For those who are looking for a bit of romance having dinner near the beach while the sun is setting is perfect for newlyweds or those who just want to be alone. You may also choose to have a picnic on one of the many beaches found on Maui.

Depending on the season that you are vacationing and the particular restaurant you plan on eating at you may need to reserve a table in advance. If itís during a busy season you may need to place a reservation in order to secure yourself a good table.

The price that you pay for your food will also vary depending on your selection and the time of day. Some restaurants only cater to specific meals such as lunch and dinner while others only serve breakfast.

For those who are looking for fresh foods may opt to visit the flea markets where they can purchase fresh fruits, vegetables, baked goods, fish, and other yummy foods. You can then prepare the food yourself at your hotel or condo depending on where you are staying.

One thing that is definite that the dining in Maui is like no other.  You will definitely have experience that you remember for years to come.

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