Top 10 Best Poke in Maui

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1. HuiHui

Looking for a delicious and unique dish? Look no further than Huihui.This restaurant is inspired by the islands of Hawaii, and they  use only the freshest local ingredients in all of their dishes.

One of their most popular menu items is the poke bowl. If you want something new, try the Molokai Venison Poke. The venison is smoked and wok-seared to perfection, and it’s served with tangy pickled seaweed, onions, scallions, tomatoes, and lemon soy dressing. If you’re craving something a little more traditional, try our Ahi Poke bowl. It’s always a favorite!


2. Monkeypod Kitchen

Traditional food can be tacky, so at Monkeypod Kitchen, they serve Ahi Poke Tacos with a modern twist that’ll make your taste buds go wild. They start with fresh, raw ahi then add all of your favorite toppings like ginger, shoyu, and cabbage. The avocado cream sauce makes it rich and delicious while the wonton shells give it that perfect crispy texture. And because they have locations spread across Maui and Oahu– you can trust that we know what we’re doing when it comes to Hawaiian cuisine.

3. Tobi’s Shave Ice and Poke

Tobi’s in Paia is the place to go when you’re looking for an amazing, yet affordable meal on Maui. They offer a selection of some of the best food on the island which includes fresh poke bowls, acai bowls and shave ice. Out of their wide variety of dishes, their poke bowls have become quite popular. Served with fresh seared ahi tuna is topped with signature Miso Mayo sauce and served with two scoops of rice and green salad – it immediately becomes one of the top favorites. Shave ice made from real fruit is also available and it’s the perfect way to cool down on those hot days!

Tobi’s acai bowls are the perfect healthy indulgence for any trip! Packed with antioxidants and Omega-3s, these nutrient-rich bowls will leave you feeling satisfied and refreshed.


4. Foodland

What’s better than finding a place that satisfies both your cravings and budget? If you’re looking for an affordable poke (traditional Hawaiian dish) restaurant, look no further than Foodland in Maui. There are over 20 flavors of poke to try—and the best part is they offer samples so you can taste test until you find your faves. 

Trust us  when we say this food stop should definitely be on your list of places to visit while in Maui; it’s packed full of all the Hawaiian classics!


5. Tamura’s Fine Wine & Liquors

Poke places are a dime a dozen these days, but Tamura’s in Maui takes the cake. They have some of the best poke bowls in the world that are made fresh daily. So if you’re ever looking for a new and exciting place to get your poke fix, look no further than Tamura’s!

This grocery store is a great place to get poke, with many traditional and creative options. They have something for everyone, including those looking for protein-packed meals and vegetarians- from traditional Hawaiian poke to more inventive fare like king crab poke bowl. Tamura’s is the perfect place to satisfy your cravings for fresh, flavorful poke. And since it offers take-out only, you can pack a lunch and head down to the beach!

And if you’re looking to relax with a cigar or drink, they’ve got you covered there too.


6. Like Poke?

Delicious, fresh tuna mixed with onions, ginger, and wasabi? Yes please! Like Poke offers outstanding food that will make your taste buds jump for joy. You can enjoy your meal at a picnic table nearby or take it to go if you’re in a hurry. Just be sure to get there early – they usually sell out by 11am! So if you’re looking for an amazing food truck experience, look no further than Like Poke.


7. Leilani’s on the Beach

Looking for exquisite island cuisine with a stunning ocean view? Look no further than Leilani’s. This award-winning restaurant is beloved by locals and tourists alike for their delicious dishes and beautiful setting. Their Ahi Poke Bowl is a stand-out dish, featuring creamy avocado, crunchy kukui nut, savory local ogo, sweet shaved Maui onion, and salty crispy taro chips – a tantalizing mixture of flavors. If you’re looking for a culinary adventure, Leilani’s is the perfect spot.


8. Kahiau’s Poke Truck

Come to Kahiau’s Poke Truck for a healthy and flavorful poke experience unlike any other. With fresh seafood caught daily, you’re guaranteed to get the best poke Maui has to offer. But that’s not all- choose from an array of delectable sides like edamame soybeans, guacamole, garlic marinade, and crab salad to complete your meal. It doesn’t matter if you prefer classic poke or want something new; at Kahiaus’, there is something for everyone looking for a fantastic poke dish.


9. Takamiya Market

When at Takamiya Market, one can find both a light snack or full entrée to their liking. There is a plentiful amount of food items to choose from due the market’s support for local business. For those times when you’re on the go, but still crave Hawaiian cuisine, Takamiya has scrumptious Bento boxes and Poké bowls that are served fresh daily. The Shoyu Ahi Poke and Kimchee Tako Poké standout amongst other menu items, however everything is enjoyable!

The Teriyaki Pork and Korean Short Ribs are both savory if you’re looking for a more filling meal. If you find yourself famished, go for the Beef & Broccoli Chicken Hekka. It’ll definitely appease your hunger!


10. Eskimo Candy Seafoods

Eskimo Candy, located in Kihei, is a seafood lover’s paradise. With four different types of Ahi Poke bowls to choose from -shoyu, furikake, spicy tuna and wasabi – there’s something for everyone. Here, they pride themselves on using only fresh seafood to make each of their delicious bowls. Plus, they prepare every dish differently so you can experience a range of unique flavors! In addition to the poke bowls, the menu also features fish and shrimp tacos, seafood pasta and other delicious dishes that are sure to satisfy your cravings.



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