Sansei Seafood Restaurant & Sushi BarSushi • Lahaina, United States
Gluten free menu available
Our tradition seems to be the flourless chocolate cake
Awesome sandwiches. Also sensitive to allergies like gluten, they even have a special knife to avoid cross contamination. My GF partner got a caprese "sandwich" in a box sans bread.
Amazing gluten-free menu! Can't go wrong with ahi bruschetta even GF. Chocolate beet torte was delicious. Mushroom pizza incredible.
They are gluten-free friendly and will let you know which dishes can be modified.
Get the flourless chocolate cake and try to resist licking the plate.
Go snorkeling here! Saw a turtle, three(!) different eels, & a ton of fish. Head down while it's raining (you're going to get wet anyways) & you might score a parking spot. Rinse station for your gear
Pricey for lunch but absolutely delicious. Grab lunch here before you head out to Hana.
Totally worth the "treacherous" walk to the beach. It's pretty easy if you take the lower trail. My 7 month pregnant wife had no trouble. Keep an eye out for the "Toilet Bowl" on your way around.
Great thai food! They make it "thai spicy" so be warned. Bring your own beer for the Drunken Fried Rice and try to keep your mouth cooled! Gluten-free friendly.
If you like cheese and goats, this is definitely worth a visit. Try the Lilikoi quark!
Awesome scenery, but didn't see a whole lot of variety in the reef and fishes. Snorkeling Kapalua Bay spoiled us I think. If you want to do the boat experience, go for Pacific Whale Foundation.
Great organization, fun snorkel trip to Molokini and Turtle Arches. The photographer on our trip (Karim) took some amazing photos! Boat wasn't even half full for our trip. Plenty of room.
Rolls are big! Two of us were able to put down an order of the small moriawase, & only 16 out of the 24 pieces (3 rolls) we ordered. Gluten-free friendly with tamari and a separate menu.
High score of 820 on Whac-A-Mole. Can anyone beat it?
Be aware that they'll start kicking you out around 5/5:15 rather than 5:30.
Walk to the right, towards the tan hills and past the tall rock in the water. When you turn back, keep an eye out for the Old Man watching the sea!