The Feast at Lele is a Maui luau set right on the beach in Lahaina, at the southern end of famous Front Street—the most happening street on Maui. Upon entering the luau you’ll be greeted with both a flower lei and a Mai Tai, and are free to visit the open bar or enjoy the view of the Pacific.
When it’s officially time for the feast to begin, you’ll take your seat and be presented with succulent Polynesian flavors, such as imu roasted kalua pig (see sample menu below) and chicken in taro leaves and coconut milk. Island chefs who use local ingredients have crafted the luau menu, which is packed with tasty, exotic dishes from four different Polynesian nations.
When the orange sun sinks beneath the horizon the show is set to begin, where you’re instantly welcomed on a whirlwind journey through the colorful South Pacific. Admire the costumes and be immersed in the strong rhythms of the drum, while enjoying traditional dance performances from Samoa, Tahiti, and Hawaii. A favorite is the fearsome haka dance that comes from Aotearoa—the traditional, Polynesian name for New Zealand that’s home to tattooed Maori.
While enjoying this oceanfront luau in Maui, let the music, dance, and rhythmic chants carry you deeper into the night, which is punctuated by everyone’s favorite performance—the Samoan fire and knife show. Between the food that’s freshly prepared and the gorgeous oceanfront setting, the Feast at Lele is a Maui luau you definitely won’t want to miss.