Mama's Fish House
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- 80%Luxury Travelers
- 62%Local Culture
- 57%Family Travelers
- 54%Business Travelers
- 51%Green Travelers
Member Reviews (108)
- Mama's Fish HouseJan 27, 2014
If I knew I was to die tomorrow and could have one more meal any where it, would be at mama's. I have been eating there since it was in a house, for more that 30 years probably. In a dream locale some of the best Hawaiian inspired meals any where.
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- Mama's Fish HouseMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 5Dec 12, 2013
Hadn't been in years until a recent double date night with some friends. Beautiful setting and delicious food. Service was not as good as expected. No acknowledgement from bar staff and waiter at table was not very friendly. Stuffed Mahi and the opakapka was very flavorful and fresh. I will go again after I save my spending money for a few months!
- Mama's Fish HouseOct 22, 2013
Maui's north shore has myriad options for good food and great scenery, but Mama's Fish House might be the best destination for both. For almost forty years, this beach house turned restaurant has offered visitors a scenic paradise to enjoy any special occasion. A coconut grove shades an open-aired deck overlooking a private, white sand beach and friendly servers deliver traditional Hawaiian and Polynesian fare, like wasabi crusted calamari and Ahi tuna caught only ten miles offshore.
- Mama's Fish HouseOct 20, 2013
Practically perfect for honeymooners, this deluxe Polynesian beach-hut themed restaurant is gorgeous at sunset. Set on its own cove, here the daily-changing menu actually tells you who caught your fish and where it was caught just that morning. Cocktails are strong, and the appetizer of seafood poke served in a fresh half coconut was the high point of the meal. The rest? Extremely expensive and small portions. Folks, what you're paying for here is the ambience, with tiki torches and the sernading surf.
- Mama's Fish HouseMember ofLocal CultureFamily TravelersFoodies+ 3Oct 11, 2013
If you like seafood, then this place is heaven. They can name the fisherman (and they are all men from the menu I saw) who caught the fish, where it was caught. Talk about being good for the environment and for your health. The place is gorgeous, the service impeccable, and the ambiance so soothing. Even when our toddler got restless, I just took her outside to play in the front that leads out to the sea as my husband finished dinner (them are the breaks when you're parents to a munchkin!). But it was still a wonderful experience.
- Mama's Fish HouseMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesLuxury TravelersOct 11, 2013
Imagine sitting on the beach with the sun on your shoulders, the ocean breeze at your back, and a plate of tender ahi tuna poke presented before you. At Mama’s Fish House—an open-air restaurant in the coconut grove of a secluded beach—this fantasy is known as lunch. Fresh local catch is offered year-round at the converted beach house, which pays homage to old Polynesia with the décor and menu items like lobster-and-crab-stuffed mahimahi baked in a macadamia crust. It’s been a mainstay of the island of Maui since 1973.Recommended for:Foodies