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My husband and I had a wonderful time at the Feast at Lele. This was not our first choice and were on a wait list at another place. I don't know what we missed, but we were very happy to attend this feast. The table...More
All luaus are a bit hokey but the excellent food, table service, setting and open bar left little to be desired. Excellent Polynesian dancing from Valois cultures matched with their cuisine. A good time was had by all!
My husband and I enjoyed the Feast at Lele on our last night in Maui -- we had been to other luaus and didn't really want to do the "cattle call" mass seating/buffet thing again. So, the idea of having our own private table for...More
We were very excited about this Luau and ended up swriously disappointed. The food is bad, tasteless and feels like food for the masses when you're promised a gourmet experience. The one thing that actually has some flavor is the Kalua Pig which is the...More
We had done the Old Lahaina Luau before, and decided to try this one based on a recommendation from the concierge at our resort. The food was great (four courses of small plates from various South Pacific nations plus desert, all drinks included) and the...More
I was a little nervous after reading some reviews!! I have to say this was a wonderful evening!!! My children are the pickiest eaters and loved this food. The entertainment, servers and food were wonderful!! Don’t skip this stop!!
I personally like Old Lahaina Luau better (both food and entertainment), but this was a good show. A bit more intimate - table seating for only your party with table service (no buffet). My only real complaint would be the dead time between the dances....More
We went on a recommendation you will need to make a reservation
You have your own table and waiter who was excellent the luau is broke down into 4 countries Samoa Tahiti Hawaii New Zealand
The food dishes come from each country as well as...More
Overall, we enjoyed our evening at the Feast at Lele. Some things are very well done, others not so much. We attended the Old Lahaina Luau three years ago which I will use as a basis for comparison in the following points.
1. Upon arrival,...More
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There was a cruise ship docked in Lahaina harbor when we were there, but the cruisers were tendered in to the pier. (Tenders are smaller boats that shuttle people back and forth from the pier to the cruise ship.) The... More
There was a cruise ship docked in Lahaina harbor when we were there, but the cruisers were tendered in to the pier. (Tenders are smaller boats that shuttle people back and forth from the pier to the cruise ship.) The Lahaina harbor was about 10 minutes from the Feast at Lele. You could probably walk it, but you may not want to walk back -- you'll be too full from the luau! There are lots of taxis and your cruise ship might even arrange a shuttle. :)