If you planned your trip to Maui for your honeymoon, anniversary, or fake engagement that you’re hoping will get you free stuff, Morimoto Maui should be on your fancy-dinner list. This restaurant is located at the Andaz Resort Maui, just off the shoreline of the insanely beautiful Mokapu Beach, which is why you should pay extra attention to the raw bar, and also why almost everyone has their phone out. After taking in the scenery, order the tuna pizza with fresh-caught raw ahi and anchovy aioli for the table because it’s one of the best things here, then focus on the sushi - though there’s also an impressive wagyu beef selection. And if you want a really big night - and have a good deal of money to spend - then the Morimoto Omakase, a $140 per person seven-course chef’s choice tasting menu, is the way to go. There’s also an extensive sake list to sip from while you figure out the best angle for a sunset picture.
Where we've featured it
More spots in WaileaSee more
Lineage in Wailea is a spot you come to eat family-style, locally-sourced dishes, drink fun cocktails, and stay for a bunch of hours.
Our number one brunch pick on the island, Longhi’s has a bakery on-site and an entire section of different benedicts.
The Pint and Cork
The Pint and Cork inside The Shops at Wailea is a sports bar, but one that serves some really elevated bar food.
More Japanese spotsSee more
Suggested by our writers
The Mill House
Though it’s a 20-30 minute drive from the main tourist areas, The Mill House is one of the most beautiful restaurants on the island.
The dining room of Merriman’s looks out over Kapalua Bay on the west side, so you’ll have perfect views while eating the local, farm-to-table dishes.
With the longest name you’ve probably ever seen, Humuhumu serves upscale Hawaiian food under a Polynesian-style thatched roof in Wailea.
Filter and browse restaurants near you
Text us for personalized recommendationsLearn more