Good eats in West Maui-non touristy

Old Oct 27th, 2004, 08:27 AM
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Good eats in West Maui-non touristy

Wow "...gone2Maui", those were great recommendations you gave to "Melissajoy" for South Maui! Can you or any local out there give me a few lunch and dinner places that serve great fish and veggie/salad dishes in West Maui? We will have breakfast in our condo. We live in the Santa Cruz area in California, so we are spoiled with lots of great fresh seafood. We leave next Friday for our first visit to Maui/Hawaii. Thanks!!!
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Old Oct 27th, 2004, 10:35 AM
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There are more choices over on that side, and I don't eat over there on a daily bases, so maybe someone else, Kolohe? can jump in add some inpit too, but If I were going to the west side for lunch today, hmm, OK:

Mixed Plate: Lanahina Mixed Plate or Honokawai Okazuya

Mr. Sub for sandwiches

Again, Lahaina Coolers, breakfast, lunch, dinner or late night. `Ahi burger is my fave.

Cool Cat Cafe, burgers

Kahuna Kabobs for, well kabobs, yummy grilled fish kabobs

Dollies for Pizza, beer and the game

Sunrise Cafe for breakfast. Also, Gazebo

I have eaten at Cilantros Mexican grill once and it was good, but I haven't given it a second and third trial yet.

I also like the hot dog guy who parks his cart across from the banyan tree. He has tofu pups with sauerkraut.
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Old Oct 27th, 2004, 10:41 AM
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"here_today" you are an angel. You have no idea how much your inputs on this forum have helped me plan our vacation. Mahalo!!
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Old Oct 27th, 2004, 10:55 AM
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Well, it is touristy, but we enjoy Cheeseburger in Paradise for lunch. But then again, we ARE tourists.
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Old Oct 28th, 2004, 09:05 AM
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Try Cafe O Lei in Lahaina for lunch. It is located just up the street from Cheeseburger. It was recommended to us by a local and he was right about the food which was very good. Service is a bit slow but the food makes up for the wait. Have a great trip!
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Moose McGillicuddy's has great prices, sports bar, specials each day. A hangout for locals & tourists.
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Gee, with so many suggestions, I better do lots of snorkeling to not gain 10 pounds on this vacation. Thanks to all of you. Mahalo!!
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For something a bit higher end that won't break the bank, we thought Sansei with the 25% early bird discount was a great meal. Fantastic fish, sushi, and a nice lively yet non-touristy atmosphere.
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