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About Humuhumu - Grand Wailea
Maui’s top resort restaurant boasts a refresh of modern Hawaiian details, a subtle nod to ocean themes including voyaging, and the debut of award-winning Chef Mike Lofaro’s Hawaii Seasonal Cuisine menu. Smartly executed to spotlight the main ingredient with simple and balanced flavors, Lofaro's Hawaiian Seasonal Cuisine screams the ocean while introducing locally-grown produce. Lofaro is the reigning Best Chef on Maui and is a 2016 EMMY™ Award-winner for his television show SEARCH Hawaii, Where Food Meets Culture.
Wailea, HI 96761
Hawaii Regional Cuisine, Polynesian, Bar / Lounge / Bottle Service
Hours of Operation:
Humu Lounge: 5pm - 11 pm
Dinner: 5:30pm - 10pm
Wailea Ike Drive
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Complimentary validated parking.
Private Party Facilities:
Whether you are tying the knot, reuniting with family or attending a business meeting in paradise, Humuhumu offers a variety of options for large party and private dining options.
Private Party Contact:
Alexandra Munsey: (808) 875-1234 ext. 3953
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Cocktails, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Humuhumu - Grand Wailea Ratings and Reviews
The place was empty when we went. Good service, while fish for two was delicious! We were sat next to a still water murky pond so that wasn't so good. The Grand Wailea is a Hilton property but no one seemed to know to give me Honors points for my purchase (I wasn't staying at the resort.) Ambiance was typical beach front resort. Nothing particularly special.
Our service was fabulous. The mahi mahi is consistently delicious. All of the fish dishes are fresh and fragrant. I also enjoyed the grilled carrots. They were in the process of draining the ponds/pools for renovations so we missed the flying fish while dining. I can't wait to come back and see the restoration completed.
I would say that a lot of folks who come to Maui, are like us couples without kids. Therefore it seemed odd that as a couple celebrating a 25 wedding anniversary (the whole occasion had been pre-booked and organized by my sister from th UK 🇬🇧) be allocated a table amongst the families and furthest away from the restaurants quieter and one could say more intimate locations. Thankfully a lovely member of the team agreed and we ended up with a nice corner table for two. The food was nice, starters very flavourful, then had the lamb lovely, I had the Tuna, which was nice though seemed to swim in the bowl of dressing. We also received a lovely sweet to share with a very thoughtful happy anniversary. If you were asking me on tips for ongoing development, the lighting is too bright, couples dining generally don't want to be seated next to families or large groups, overall a nice experience the location is great.
Visiting Maui for our honeymoon and Humuhumu was, by far, the most catering restaurant for our special vacation. Amazing service, complimentary bottle of champagne and an amazing view of the sunset.
The food was very reasonably priced compared to several other places we went to over the trip.
If you are staying at Grand Wailea or in the area, this is a great spot to go!
This was such a romantic spot to have dinner! We had a perfect view to watch the sunset! The food was amazing! I had the tomatoe salad off the small plate and my husband had the steak off the large plate. We shared a side of risotto and the coconut cheese cake. Everything tasted amazing and our server was so nice and on it! He helped make our experience lovely
A little empty since we were there at the beginning of the slow season, but the great food made up for that. What really put our experience over the top was the outstanding service we received from our waiter Justin. He was perfectly attentive without being overbearing, which is a hard balance to strike. He gave great advice after taking the time to get to know our taste, and paced our meal perfectly even though we chose to order a bunch of small plates and one entree instead of a more traditional coursing. I'd come back just to experience his service again.
Supposedly a high end restaurant at a major hotel, it revealed itself as a ticky-tacky fake Hawaiin hut. Poor signage throughout the hotel, but we eventually located it. Poor seating location, and atrocious service afterwards. The food was OK, but nothing to write home about, and definitely inadequate to the prices charged. Service was just as bad as we waited for our car. They clearly were not interested or invested in customer satisfaction or service. An aberration during our stay on Maui, but be forewarned - go elsewhere, even if you are willing to pay top dollar.
I've experienced the wonderful atmosphere of Huma's many times but I must admit this last Monday was exceptional. I don't know if they've conducted a Customer Service class but the service was noteworthy. Our server Diane was top notch as well as the other wait staff. The valet attendant put two bottles of cold water in the car for us when we left. I've been around the world several times and this level of service is something I've only experienced in the best hotels of Singapore. Well done, Huma's, well done.
Enjoyed the view. Restaurant was a tad loud - depends on your table. Service was attentive but meal was very slow due to incoming wedding. Restaurant was very generous in comping portions of meal. The chocolate and hazelnut desserts were excellent. Fried mahi was also very good!
We just finished dinner at Humuhumunukunuku. I can honestly say that this was the best dinner we have had in Hawaii, and actually anywhere. The service was outstanding. The food delicious, and the overall ambiance incredible. If you are in Maui, and you want a special dinner with incredible food and service, you have to go to Humuhumu. Amazing!!!!
The restaurant is very nice, great view, friendly and attentive staff, but the food was not worth the price (or really even worth eating). I will say the appetizer was very good, but the meals were not. My husband and I actually ate all of the bread in our bread basket because the meals weren't worth finishing - and I never waste room in my stomach for bread at nice restaurants!
We had a lovely early dinner here......they honored my request for Table 70, the best in the house for a sunset view.......my dressy sandal broke as we walked across the grounds at Grand Wailea and I hobbled into the restaurant barefooted 😕 They smiled and said no problem..... only on Maui!
Not what it used to be! Different menu, no more happy hour, rude rude service that didn't pay any attention to dietary requirements, kids menu was supposed to come dessert which wasn't offered and no apologies or concessions for serving something in a dish after it was made clear it caused allergies. Huge, expensive disappointment.
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