Maui’s Feast At Lele Luau is definitely in a class by itself, offering the most upscale dinner show experience anywhere in Hawaii! From the time you arrive at your private table and gaze into an incredible oceanfront view, experience their 5-star service, delight your taste buds in their outstanding 5-course gourmet dinner, wines and exotic tropical drinks, you will know this is no ordinary luau.
If you are looking for a romantic setting or a fun but refined event to celebrate a special occasion, such as an anniversary, birthday or honeymoon, look no further! The Feast At Lele combines the excitement of a Polynesian Revue, the best possible oceanfront location, an array of fine dining dishes, awesome table side service, incredible tropical drinks and a selection of wines that is second to none! This is the perfect way to combine a fine dining experience and a fun luau in one unforgettable Maui evening!!
- Flower Lei Greeting
- Beach Front Setting
- Incredible Sunset Views
- Your own Private Table
- 5-Course Gourmet Dinner served at your table
- Premium Open Bar featuring exclusive wine list, fine tropical drinks and cocktails
- Sodas, juices, coffee, tea
- Photo opportunity by professional photographers (additional cost)
- Vegetarian and Vegan menus available
Rates (The Feast at Lele does not discount or allows anyone to discount their luau):
Adult (Ages 13 & up): $125
Child (Ages 2-12): $95
Infant (Under 2 years old): FREE
Gratuity NOT included and expected at $20 per Adult & $15.20 per child.
Rates are plus Hawaii G.E.T.
Days & Hours
7 days a week
Duration: 3 hours
Show Times: 6 pm – 5:30 pm check-in (10/1 – 1/31)
6:30 pm – 6 pm check-in (2/1 – 4/30)
Wheelchair Accessible: YES
What to Bring or Wear:
- Wear comfortable clothing
- Wear comfortable walking shoes
- Bring your camera & lots of memory & batteries
- Bring a light cover-up
- Cash or Credit Card for GRATUITY and/or Picture purchase
Location: 505 Front Street, Lahaina
As you arrive…
You will be greeted with a traditional Hawaiian greeting, a fresh flower lei given to you by the Feast At Lele host, who will walk you to your private table. Once seated your waiters will be coming by to introduce you to your drink and dinner menus, take your first drink order and let you take in the beauty of your surroundings. You will notice the intimate setting and how close you’ll be to the stage, no matter where you are seated. To give you a good prospective on how close you’ll be to the ocean, there will be a segment of the show when you will get to watch an outrigger canoe procession with a Hawaiian princess and her warriors, as they arrive on the beach from a long journey.
Time for photos…
It won’t be long before a professional photographer invites you to find some perfect spots for pictures. The Feast At Lele has probably the best possible beach front location out of any of Maui luaus, so your photographer will come up with some awesome picture opportunities! There’s no commitment on your part, but trust us when we say, the pictures will come out GREAT! This is by far the least expensive way to get a beach photo shoot in Hawaii, so put on your best Hawaiian outfits for the occasion!
Dinner & Show… Together!
This award winning Maui luau will take you on a journey through the most exciting paradise islands in the Pacific. You’ll be in awe of the caliber of dancers, musicians and singers! It will culminate with an awesome Samoan fire-knife performance that will definitely be the icing on the cake! Talking about cake… We hope you’ll come hungry! Please don’t think for a minute, since this is not a buffet, you won’t have the chance to eat until you drop! From the fine traditional Polynesian staples you’ll find as you arrive at your table, to every course served, there will be more food than you can possibly eat! Unlike all other luaus, which will feed you before their shows, the Feast At Lele will feed you during the show. Basically this is how it works: While you get to enjoy a course from each featured Pacific Island, you’ll also be watching the performance from that island. You’ll get to experience each island’s cuisine and culture simultaneously! So, just before the Hawaiian segment of the show begins, you will be served the Hawaiian course, and the same will happen before the New Zealand, Tahiti and Samoan performances. The last course features delicious Hawaiian dessert selections.
SEGMENT ONE: HAWAII
The show begins right here in our beautiful island home of Hawai’i with our oli (chant), mele (song),
and hula (dance) from the islands of Hawai’i, O’ahu, Kauai, and Maui. We honor the ‘aina (land),
our ali’i (royalty), and the natural beauty surrounding us.
- POHOLE FERN, ASPARAGUS & HEART OF PALM SALAD
Tossed in a light vinaigrette dressing.
- SEARED I’A w/ MANGO SAUCE
Fresh island catch.
- IMU ROASTED KALUA PUA’A
Pork seasoned w/ hawaiian salt, cooked traditional style in an underground oven shredded & served on steamed cabbage.
Made from the root of the taro plant.
SEGMENT TWO: NEW ZEALAND
Kia Ora, welcome to Aotearoa (New Zealand), the land of the Long White Cloud. It is home to the Maori people. It is believed that the Maori migrated to Aotearoa from as far as the Marquesas, Cook, and Society Islands. They have an artistic culture, and are well known for their elaborate artwork. Although the Maori people have a unique culture of their own, their culture shares many similarities to that of other Polynesians.
- RAKIRAKI SALAD w/ POHA BERRY VINAIGRETTE
Upcountry greens, duck tenderloin, bean sprouts & carrots.
- HARORE KUMARA
Roasted mushrooms, sweet potato & onion, sautéed in soy & garlic.
- MITI HANGI
Hangi cooked steak in kiwi fruit, soy & ginger.
SEGMENT THREE: TAHITI
Embarq with the Feast At Lele dancers to Tahiti, land of intrigue and romance, capturing the imagination. From the verdant majesty of its mountains rising out of the mist to the starling clarity of color in its coral lagoons, Tahiti is considered by many as the image of Polynesia, and throughout its history, Tahiti has beckoned explorers from around the world. Sit back and enjoy the sensual swing of the hips and pulsing rhythm of the ancient drums, which combine to create a titillating dance performance.
- MOA FAFA
Chicken wrapped in taro leaf, steamed in coconut milk, lemongrass & ginger.
- E-IAOTA (POISSON CRU)
Raw fish marinated in lime juice & coconut milk w/ tomatoes, carrots, onions, cucumber & cilantro.
- BAKED SCALLOPS
On Moloka’i sweet potato & spinach in a lobster cream sauce topped w/ bread crumbs.
SEGMENT FOUR: SAMOA
Your Polynesian journey ends at Samoa, “the cradle of Polynesia,” literally the sacred center of its fiery soul. The islands of Samoa reflect their age in a lush jungle-shrouded paradise. Even today, thatched grass roof fales can be seen dotting the coastlines, where island homes are open to nature, and the island people open their hearts to you.
- GRILLED GUFE’E
Grilled squid with upcountry island herbs sauce.
Breadfruit & squash cooked in young taro leaf and coconut cream.
- SHRIMP, AVOCADO & FRESH FRUIT
Tossed in a lilikoi dressing.
FITH COURSE – DESSERTS!
- CARAMEL MACADAMIA NUT TART
Topped w/ haupia (coconut pudding)
- HAWAIIAN CHOCOLATE TRUFFLES
- FRESH EXOTIC TROPICAL FRUITS
- Mai Tai
- Pina Colada
- Banana Madness
- Lava Flow
- Island Iced Tea
- Blue Hawaiian
- Planters Punch
- Amstel Light
- Coors Light
- Bikini Blond Lager (Maui)
- Big Swell IPA (Maui)
- Longboard Lager (Hawaii)
- Steinlager (New Zealand)
- Vonu (Fiji)
- Becks (non-alcohol)
- Smirnoff Vodka
- Bacardi Rum
- Gordons Gin
- Grants Scotch
- José Cuervo Tequila
- Jim Beam Whiskey
- Christian Brothers Brandy
- Sparkling Wine
- White Zinfandel
- Sauvignon Blanc
- Pinot Grigio
- Pinot Noir
- Port Wine
- Sodas, Juice, Coffee, Decaf, Tea