ALOHA MIXED PLATE—
Hawaiian. Try the famous coconut prawns or their signature mixed plate, which comes with shoyu (soy sauce) chicken, teriyaki beef and mahimahi. alohamixedplate.com. 1285 Front St., 808.661.3322.
LEODA’S KITCHEN & PIE SHOP—
Various. From their kitchen come hoagies, hot dogs with housemade buns, salads (we recommend the fried salad), burgers served on signature potato buns, sandwiches and fresh pies with flaky crusts. leodasmaui.com. 820 Olowalu VIllage, 808.662.3600.
Mexican. A restaurant fusing traditional Mexican fare with the exotic flavors from the Hawaiian Islands. mauitacos.com. Lahaina Square, 840 Wainee St., 808.661.8883; Kalama Village Center, 1913 S. Kihei Rd., 808.874.6088; Piilani Village Shopping Center, 247 Piikea Ave., 808.875.9340; Napili Plaza, 5095 Napilihau St., 808.665.0222; Queen Kaahumanu Center, 275 Kaahumanu Ave., 808.871.7726; Kamaole Beach Center, 2411 S. Kihei Rd., 808.879.5005.
OLD LAHAINA LUAU—
Hawaiian. Guests learn about Hawaii’s rich history while enjoying a fabulous hula show, ocean view and sunset. oldlahainaluau.com. 1251 Front St., 808.667.1998 , 800.248.5828.
It’s sleek, chic and creative, the top of the heap whether you’re a noodle lover or not. Open since February 2010 at the top of Lahaina Business Park, the 60-seat restaurant (including 12 very popluar seats at the bar) is known for its Singapore Noodles, Pad Thai, Garlic Noodles, Lahaina Fried Soup and a host of delectables, including non-noodle pleasers. starnoodle.com. 286 Kupuohi St., 808.667.5400.