The curving two-lane Road to Hana flanked by lush vegetation.

Places to Eat in Hana, Maui

In the last few years, Hana has seen a huge proliferation of food options. However, too many visitors continue to drive to Hana Bay thinking it’s the end of the road, and don’t take the time to look around. Spend the day in Hana and you’ll be rewarded with a tasty cornucopia.

Interior of the Kauai Grill at St. Regis resort in Princeville.

Where to Eat in Princeville, Kaua‘i

Princeville has a nice selection of restaurants to suit a range of budgets. Types of food available are classic American fare and other usual suspects with a unique island twist; even the supermarket deli offerings are a tasty option perfect for a day at the beach.

Traditional dishes can be found at Odoriko. Photo © David Recordon, licensed Creative Commons Attribution Share-alike.

Waikiki’s Asian Restaurants

Waikiki’s Asian restaurants feature a variety of Japanese, Chinese, and Thai cuisines for a range of budgets and dining styles from casual to elegant. You’ll also find a nice selection of truly traditional dishes.

A long stretch of yellow sand beach in Koloa, Kauai.

Where to Eat in Koloa, Southern Kaua‘i

The food in Koloa, southern Kaua‘i, at first glance seems fairly basic fare, but it covers a satisfying range of tastes and moods; there’s delicious sit-down meals, plate lunch to go, fiercely-local ice cream and shave ice, and of course a farmers market for fresh goods, some tasty ready-to-eat options, and even handmade crafts.