The Feast at Lele is the only Maui luau where you will be treated to private seating and a truly amazing Polynesian feast. This is a perfect romantic evening in Maui!
The menu at The Feast of Lele luau differs from all other Maui luaus, as it is a four course gourmet dining experience. Dishes are served directly to your table, eliminating the need for long buffet lines. Each course represents a modern twist on traditional island cuisine as you are treated to four courses each representing a different island culture. You are started off with traditional Polynesian banana, taro and sweet potato chips served with a tropical ginger salsa.
Your Dinner and show begins right here in Hawaii. The first course includes mango sauce poi, kalua pork, fresh island fish with pohole ferns and heart of palms salad. Traditional music and dance of Hawaii set the mood as the dancers perform authentic hula while, in the background the sun sets into the sea.
The luaus second course represents New Zealand, punctuated by athletic dances and the Maori culture. Dishes for this Maui luau course include sea bean duck salad with poha berry dressing, kukupatties-Maori fishcake with mussels, salmon and scallops. The Tahitian creation chant sets the scene for your third course including steamed chicken and taro leaf in coconut milk, marinated fish and scallop on the shell. During this trip to tahiti you will also be treated to a wonderful keiki, children’s dance and traditional ori.
The final luau dish represents Samoa, celebrating Flag Day. A Samoan two day festival of food, fun, dancing and singing. You will be served supa-sui, a grilled steak dish with baked breadfruit and a shrimp and avocado accompaniment. For many visitors the highlight of a Maui luau is the amazing Samoan fire knife dance. Brave performers will treat you to death defying feats of astonishing dexterity as they pass the flaming knife through their legs and behind their backs, giving you a perfect send off for a perfect evening!