Visited in early Dec. 2009. We ate lunch here since we were staying at the Aston Maui Kaanapali Villas. We sat outside in the front at the table closest to the ocean even though there wasn’t an umbrella (don’t recommend sitting here without sunscreen! Trust me.) This was my choice as there were many open tables to choose from. We both had a blackened mahi fish sandwich which was very good except for the roll which seemed to fall apart before we could finish the sandwich. The service was fine. We may have dined here again except that they were closed for three days of our five night stay at this resort. Very laid-back feel. Not a bad place to stop if you’re staying at the adjacent resort or strolling the beach walk which is right next to the restaurant. I would think a lot of the places at the other resorts are higher-priced and more annoying so I was glad to find this place at the resort where I stayed.