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Child (3-12 Years Old) $98.96
Infant (0-2 Years Old) $0.00
~ Price includes all taxes & fees ~
TIME (Varies Seasonally):
May 1 - Aug 31 ~ 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Sep 1 - Sep 30 ~ 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Oct 1 - Jan 31 ~ 5:30pm - 8:30pm
Feb 1 - Apr 30 ~ 6:00pm - 9:00pm
CHECK IN LOCATION: 505 Front Street, Lahaina, HI
- Lavish 5-course dinner featuring the cuisine of four Pacific Islands.
- Reserved table seating.
- Tropical drinks, cocktails, and fine wine.
- Fresh Flower Lei Greeting with Dramatic Polynesian show.
Share the aloha in a journey through Polynesia. Featuring a sit-down dinner of five epicurean courses from the Pacific island nations of Aotearoa, Tahiti, Samoa, and Hawaii. The Feast at Lele is a royal tour of the cuisine of Polynesia, sharing the spotlight with music and dance from four exotic Pacific islands. Rekindle romance in a spectacular setting where every table is intimate and offers a panoramic view of West Maui sunsets.
Lele is the ancient name for Lahaina, and this is the beach where the royal family of Maui would feast and entertain. For hundreds of years Lahaina was home to the great kings of Hawaii. These "Ali'i" feasted and entertained their royal guests along the shores of the place they called "Lele." Today we invite you to relive those times as Lahaina hosts a celebration of food, dance, and music of the Pacific Islands. Summon your spirit of adventure as we take you on a musical and culinary journey to Hawaii, Aotearoa, Tahiti and Samoa.
~ HAWAI’I ~
Brought to you by the creators of Old Lahaina Luau & Pacific'O Restaurant. Executive Chef Adrian Aina presents a celebration of Polynesian cuisine.
We begin 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.FIRST COURSE
~ NEW ZEALAND ~
- TRADITIONAL POLYNESIAN STAPLES: Banana & sweet potato chips served w/ a tropical ginger & ogo seaweed salsa.
- IMU ROASTED KALUA PUA’A: Pork seasoned w/ hawaiian salt, cooked traditional style in an underground oven shredded & served w/ pohole fern shoots.
- LOMI LOMI SALMON & KALO PUREE: Sous vide salted salmon w/ pickled onion, green onion, island tomato & black sea salt.
- THIRD HAWAII MENU ITEM: Chef’s special creation, specials change daily.
Kia Ora, welcome to Aotearoa – Land of the Long White Cloud. Presently known as New Zealand, 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. The Maori culture is rich in song and dance, intertwined with strong oratory skills. You will notice their facial tattoos or moko. This was used to symbolize ones genealogy and personal identity. Our dancers perform a Haka, a war dance that was used to intimidate their enemies. Then our women perform an exciting dance using poi balls, which are used to imitate the actions and rhythms in nature.SECOND COURSE
- HARORE KUMARA: Medley of stewed mushrooms & onion, served on orange & purple sweet potato.
- MITI HANGI: 5 hour island scented braised short ribs in a kiwi fruit soy jus.
- THIRD AOTEAROA MENU ITEM: Chef’s special creation, specials change daily.
~ TAHITI ~
Come along with us 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. Oversized headdresses made of grasses and shells balance the exuberant movements of the hip and hand. Experience the romantic lure of Tahiti as called forth in its lusty dances.THIRD COURSE
- E-IAOTA (POISSON CRU): Fresh island fish & vegetable marinated in lime juice & coconut milk.
- MOA: Grilled mango ginger chicken w/ a Tahitian lime aoli & mango relish.
- THIRD TAHITI MENU ITEM: Chef’s special creation, specials change daily.
~ SAMOA ~
Our evening's 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. For the Feast at Lele finale, the energetic and vigorous Samoan dance is punctuated by staccato slapping of legs and feet, and rhythmic clapping of hands. Men wear shredded leaf leggings which emphasize their movements, while women don very finely woven leaf skirts to accentuate their gracefulness. The famed fire knife dance is an important component to their culture and fitting end to our show.FOURTH COURSE
- PALUSAMI: Braised coconut cream corned beef w/ baked ulu wrapped in taro leaf.
- STEW FIGOTA: Fresh island fish in a mussels, clams, and shrimp stew w/ coconut banana cream.
- THIRD SAMOA COURSE ITEM: Chef’s special creation, specials change daily.
- Vanilla coconut mousseline cake with caramelized pineapple & salted caramel. Whipped haupia cream with island fruit sauce.