For return visitors to Hawaii who really don't want to go to a luau but have friend who have never been to one, this is the luau to pick. You are greeted with a lei and mai tai/tropical fruit drinks and seated. There is an open bar so pina colada yourself crazy (also available without the rum). There are 4 courses - appetizers on the table when you sit - delicious. They bring the food to your table, more than enough or those seated with you (tables seat 4-6 people). It is so much nicer than getting up and down, waiting in food lines with kids grabbing stuff, putting it back, yuck. Here you can relax and the food comes to you. The entertainment is sequenced with the food so when you're watching the Tahitian dancers, you're eating Tahitian food. I am a hula and tahitian dancer and an entire show of traditional Hawaiian hula would not hold the interest of the younger folks. Having the variety of the different dance styles was really interesting and added to the enjoyment of the younger folk in our group. I, personally, really liked the dancers from the New Zealand islands. It was a very different visual and took a lot of skill - fantastic performances by all. (and wow - those fire dancers!). I researched all the luaus on Maui because my husband and I had been to a luau and didn't really want to attend another one. We were so glad to find that the Feast at LeLe lived up to its reviews. It is BIG bucks but it is worth it. The servers are gracious and do not treat you like a mob of tourists. My daughter and her fiancee loved it - they kept raving about it.