Food of Maui
Since it is an island, seafood is in abundance to cater your tastebuds. However, for vegetarians there are plenty of options as well. Maui is home to a variety of agricultural activities and hence, a lot of its food has a dominant fruit or vegetable base. The island thrives on the vegetation of avocados, onions, cabbage, broccoli etc and most majorly Pineapple. A must try is the pineapple wine which is available across the island however you could go to the only wineyard of the Island 'Maui's winery Ulupalaku' for some wine tasting. Your trip is incomplete if you dont indulge in some local Hawaiin food. One of the best restaurants for local cuisine is 'Da Kitchen' in Kahalui, but dont forget to try the classic Hawaiin dessert 'Shaved ice' which consists of shaved ice inundated with flavoured syrups. Fish lovers can head to 'Coconut's' in Kihei for the best fish tacos in town. Try Lomilomi (Salmon) as well as Locomoco (Rice, brown gravy, hamburger patty with fried egg) which is a sought after delicacy of the island, a must for spice lovers. Dont forget to try the Old Lahaina Laus! It is a unique blend of authentic Hawaiin food, local wine and Hula dancers whilst you fill your tummy.
For indians, indian food options are scarce. However, 'Monsoon, India' in Kihei is a prominent indian restaurant which serves authentic indian food. If you do get sick of picking the simplest forms of food at other restaurants, head to this beautiful setting along the shore for some curry!