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Member Reviews (4)
- CapischeMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 11Oct 05, 2013
I just ate there and had one of the best meals of my life! And, Im not sure if it was a spacial request, but my date and I were seated in our own little private cove in their garden patio on the lower level. If your looking to impress a date, call and request a garden seat. Here are the dishes that blew my mind and are a must in my opinion: Kabocha Pumpkin Gnocchi
parmesan alfredo, lavender; Slow Cooked Egg Carbonara
strozzapreti, pancetta, kula onion, basil; and the Porcini Crusted Ahi
big island mushrooms, roasted garden vegetables, panisse, pumpkin seed vanilla vinaigrette. Yum! It's pricey but so worth it for a special treat.
- CapischeFirst to ReviewJun 26, 2013
This is my absolute favorite restaurant on Maui. It is "resort pricey" but the exquisite flavors and use of fresh local ingredients makes it the best. The risotto is my favorite but I just order the appetizer size! The sunset views are wonderful.
- CapischeMay 08, 2013
This restaurant is in the old Wailea Hotel. It sits up on the hill, so it does have some ocean views from the tables. The happy hour appetizers are great and even though it’s happy hour they are still $10 and somewhat small, boy are they good though! We’ve tried them all. It has all the ambiance and could be very romantic with the right table. The hotel itself is very charming and worth the short drive.