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Feast at Lele Lahaina Beachfront Luau - A Gourmet Journey Through Polynesia

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Experience the best Hawaii luau that Maui has to offer with the world-renowned Feast at Lele show, located on Lahaina's beachfront. Taste the flavors of Polynesia with a gourmet dinner, and enjoy a truly authentic evening of island song and dance.

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The creators of the popular "Old Lahaina Luau," have brought an evening of mouthwatering cuisine and unforgettable entertainment to the shores of Lahaina. The Feast at Lele has been sharing the beauty of Polynesian culture to guests from around the world, and there is no better experience to be had for those looking for things to do in Maui. As you soak in the sight of a Hawaiian sunset at your private table, get ready to go on a journey across Polynesia with a sit-down dinner of expertly crafted regional dishes paired with performances featuring music and dance of the islands.

Maui's Most Popular Beach Front Luau!

This is the most popular luau/dinner show in Hawaii, and it sells out fast. It is highly recommended that you book as far in advance as possible to secure your reservation. Don't wait until the last minute!

Full Top Shelf Open Bar!

Feast at Lele Dinner Menu by Executive Chef Adrian Aina

Traditional Polynesian Staples
  • Banana & Sweet Potato Chips served with a Tropical Ginger & Ogo Seaweed Salsa

First Course from Hawaii
  • Kalua Pua’a: Pulled pork prepared in a traditional cooking style, slow-roasted in an imu (underground oven)
  • Pipikaula & Poi: Paniolo (Hawaiian cowboy) dried cured beef & freshly pounded Maui poi (taro) with a pickled vegetable salad.
  • Third Hawaii menu item: Chef’s special creation (specials change daily)

Second Course from Aotearoa-New Zealand
  • Miti Hangi: Five-hour island scented braised beef in a kiwi fruit jus
  • Harore Kumara: Medley of stewed mushrooms over baked orange & purple sweet potato
  • Third Aotearoa menu item: Chef’s special creation (specials change daily)

Third Course from Tahiti
  • Ginger Moa: Marinated chicken breast in a mango soy sauce with Tahitian lime aoli & mango relish
  • E-iaota (Poisson Cru): Fresh island diced fish & vegetables marinated in coconut milk & lime juice
  • Third Tahiti menu item: Chef’s special creation (specials change daily)

Fourth Course from Samoa
  • Palusami: Braised coconut cream corned beef with baked ulu wrapped in young taro leaf.
  • Stew Figota: Fresh island fish with mussels, calamari, clam, and shrimp stew.
  • Third Samoa menu item: Chef’s special creation (specials change daily)

Fifth Course Desserts
  • Vanilla coconut mousseline cake with caramelized pineapple & salted caramel, and a whipped haupia cream with island fruit sauce

History of Polynesia & Hawaii

Although Hawaii has become a popular destination for visitors from all across the globe, it was first populated by Polynesian explorers from the Marquesas Islands, located 2,000 miles away, over a thousand years ago. These highly skilled navigators, crossed the Pacific Ocean and with them brought a culture that soon evolved into something that is now uniquely Hawaiian.

All along the Polynesia, seafaring travelers also established settlements in areas now known as New Zealand, Tahiti, and Samoa, and although each of the locations each have their own language and culture, there is an underlying thread that connects them all together with similarities in cuisine, music, and more

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Adult (Age 13 & over)
USD 140.62
USD 140.62
Child (Age 3-12)
USD 98.96
USD 98.96
Infant (Age 0-2)
  • Duration: 3.5 hour(s)
  • Available: Daily
  • Pick-up: Not available
  • Inclusion: Open Bar (Unlimited drinks / including alcohol) / Dinner / Lei greeting / Private table seating / Entertainment / Welcome Mai Tai
Group Service Charge (price per person) - Adult (Age 13 & over) + USD 20.80
Group Service Charge (price per person) - Adult (Age 13 & over) + USD 20.80
Required for groups of 10 or more. Listed price is per person.
Group Service Charge (price per person) - Child (Age 3-12) + USD 15.20
Group Service Charge (price per person) - Child (Age 3-12) + USD 15.20
Required for groups of 10 or more. Listed price is per person.
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  • 17:00 Check-in at the Feast at Lele
  • Receive a Lei Greeting & Welcome Mai Tai
    Begin your evening with a feeling of Aloha as you receive a traditional flower lei greeting, and then sip of a tasty Mai Tai.
  • 17:30 Seating Begins
    You will brought to your private table where you can sit back and relax while you enjoy the evening of food and entertainment to come.
  • Experience Hawaii
    Aloha e! Dine on appetizers and dishes from Hawaii while watching the ancient and modern hula dances that honor the land, royalty and the natural beauty that surround you.
  • Journey to New Zealand
    Kia ora! Taste the incredible food of Aotearoa, the Land of the Long White Cloud, while watching the bombastic dances of the Maori which feature the well-known haka and poi balls.
  • Discover Tahiti
    Ia orana! The delicious cuisine of Tahiti is the perfect compliment to the thudding beat and the hip-shaking dance of the ori Tahiti that is a signature of many Polynesian performances.
  • Witness Samoa
    Talofa! Samoa is called "the cradle of Polynesia," and you will delight in both the tasty dishes which will be served, and the fire-y performance that will accompany it!
  • 20:30 Check-out
    • Infants age 2 and under are free of charge as long as they are able to sit in someone's lap or in a high chair throughout the evening.
    • This activity is wheelchair accessible.
    • Children of all ages can participate in this activity.
Required Items to Bring & Attire
    • A valid government-issued photo ID is required to consume alcohol.
Additional Note(s)
    • All seats are reserved and prioritized by the date a reservation is initially confirmed.
    • Professional photographers are available to capture the evening’s memories (no obligation to purchase).
    • The dinner may not be able to accommodate some food allergies & dietary restrictions. Food allergies & dietary restrictions need to be called in 24 hours n advance or specified at the time of your booking.
    • The activity schedule is subject to change or cancellation due to weather or traffic conditions.
    • The menu is subject to change without notice.
    • The activity provider does not assume any responsibility for your valuables and/or personal belongings.
    • Gratuity is not included in the price.
    • Complimentary parking available.
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Will I be seated with another group?
  • No, all seating is private, so whether you are a group of two or ten, your table will only have your party members.
Can my dietary restrictions be accomodated?
  • Although the Feast at Lele may not be able to accommodate some food allergies and dietary restrictions, if you have any that need to be addressed, they must be notified at least 24 hours in advance.
Is the Feast at Lele a luau?
  • The Feast at Lele is more an elegant dinner and show rather than a luau. The focus of the evening is to experience a gourmet culinary journey across Polynesia while accompanied by music and dance.
What is the dress code?
  • Resort Casual. Most ladies wear nice shorts, slacks, or capri pants and a blouse or a casual sundress. Shorts and a Hawaiian Aloha shirt tend to be the attire of choice for men. You may want to bring a light jacket or sweater if there are cool ocean breezes that evening.
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Payment/Cancellation policy
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Cancellation Policy
  • Any cancellations (for parties less than 19 people) made after 18:00 local time, 2 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount. If you are trying to book more than 20 people, the different cancellation policies will apply, so please contact VELTRA.
USD 140.62
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Pick-up Not available
Duration 3.5 hour(s)
Availability Daily
Meal Dinner


by: Ahmad Ok
This was a very fun activity to do on our last day in Maui, Food and drinks were great, And the performance was fun and entertaining, The set is directly on the beach and you get to see the sunset wh...more
USD 140.62
USD 140.62
5.00 / 5
Feast at Lele Lahaina Beachfront Luau - A Gourmet Journey Through Polynesia