Humuhumunukunukuapua’s is an amazing restaurant at the Grand Wailea Maui Resort located on a beautiful lagoon by Wailea Beach. Dine inside or out at this family-friendly picture-perfect location.
Humuhumunukunukuapua’s is one of the amazing restaurants at the Grand Wailea Maui Resort. This exquisite restaurant is named after Hawaii’s state fish, the beautiful, colorful and tasty, Humuhumunkunukuapua, pronounced, “who-moo-who-moo-noo-koo-noo-koo-ah-pooah-ah.” Impress your friends with this tidbit of trivia. Humuhumunukunukuapua is actually the longest word in Hawaii.
Spectacular views of this Hawaiian resort enhance your dining experience. To make things even better, it is located right by the stunning Wailea Beach. Everywhere you look is a breathtaking site to see. You’ll be surrounded by 40 lush acres of oceanfront paradise. While you’re at the resort you might want to enjoy other amenities like exploring their private art collection, enjoying a round of golf, or simply relaxing by the pool. It’s like you stepped into a picture-perfect tropical paradise that couldn’t get better. But it does. You are in for one of the best meals of your life.
Both locals and visitors alike rave about everything on the Humuhumunukunkuapua’s menu. It is one of the Island’s signature dining hot spots that is perfectly located by a beachfront lagoon. The exquisite mouthwatering menu features delicious fare prepared with the freshest locally sourced ingredients. Many are said to be grown right on their property. Talk about fresh and fabulous. Cheers, or Ke aloha to this, one-of-a-kind experience you’ll cherish for a lifetime.
First things first. Check out the unique appetizer menu. Be careful not to fill up on them…you’ll want to leave plenty of room for dinner. The Pan Seared Diver Scallops with Truffle Emulsion and the Lobster Bisque loaded with Kona Maine Lobster with a touch of Tarragon are addictive. If Coconut Shrimp is your favorite, try it here. It’s served with fresh cucumber slices, and a tropical sweet and sour vinaigrette and will leave you speechless!
Now moving on to Humuhumunukunukuapua’s Main Courses.
Fresh From The Sea
Seared Ahi & Foie Gras
Served with oyster mushrooms, snap peas, and pho broth.
Mac Nut Crusted Catch
Service with sweet potato purée, baby boy chow, and Liliko’i emulsion
Crab Crusted Hawaiian Catch
Served with tropical salsa and coconut rice
Served with choi sum and Names vegetables
Fresh From The Land
Huli Huli Chicken
Served with Maui Gold pineapple and fried rice
Black Angus Ribeye
This bone-in steak is served with spiced carrots, Molokai sweet potato with sweet red wine sauce
Surf & Turf
Prime beef fillet and a half Maine lobster served with sweet red wine sauce
You Pick More Side Dishes if you have room!
Pineapple Fried Rice
Molokai Sweet Potatoes
Did we mention that Humuhumunukunukuapua’s is family-friendly? They have a special kid’s menu for children 12 and under. They might not be able to pronounce the name of the restaurant, but their little Keiki eyes will light up when they see how special their dinner was plated. And every Keiki entrée comes with one scoop of ice cream for dessert.
Teriyaki Steak served with rice and vegetables
Grilled Fish served with tropical salsa, steamed rice, and vegetables
Chicken Fingers served with barbecue sauce and french fries
Your kids are going to feel all grown up drinking a colorful and fruity Keiki Mocktail
Big Red Hibiscus created with Sprite Soda and Grenadine
Little Blue Whale created with Guava juice, soda, and cucumber
Delight your sweet tooth with a cup of Kona coffee and a decadently delightful dessert. Try their fan fave lava cake or house-made sorbet and ice cream flavors. The Creme Fraiche sorbet will magically melt in your mouth and finish the meal with two enthusiastic thumbs up.
-Children five and under eat free with paid adult entrée.
-Menu has gluten-free and vegetarian options.