77 Alanui Ke‘ali‘i Drive
With the popularity of food trucks growing and hit movies such as Chef lauding the fine cuisine that comes out of these tiny mobile kitchens, it may come as no surprise to learn that Maui chefs haven’t missed the call on this one. Kina‘ole Grill Food Truck owner Becca Thomas had been visiting Kīhei, Maui for years. When she decided to move to the island full time, she transformed her former catering operation into what is now one of South Maui’s most popular food trucks. Offering delicious local food with a gourmet twist, Kina‘ole Grill Food Truck in Maui serves up generous portions of fantastic food at great prices; for less than $20 including tax and gratuity (almost everything is $14 per plate) you can have a stellar meal and excellent service that’s as good if not better than any sit-down restaurant.
Kina‘ole Grill Food Truck Specialties
All of Kina‘ole Grill Food Truck’s fare is excellent; however they are especially acclaimed for their Seared Ahi with Wasabi Cream as well as their Coconut Shrimp. Other mouthwatering dishes include Pulled Pork Sliders with Guava BBQ Sauce, Crispy Calamari, Panko Mahi Mahi, and more. All plates include mac salad, rice, and organic green salad. Though they don’t have any seating, Kina‘ole Grill Food Truck in Maui is within short walking distance of Kama‘ole Beach Park 1 where you will find plenty of tree-shaded picnic tables and this food truck in Maui.
How to Get There
The Kina‘ole Grill Food Truck is usually parked just off South Kīhei Road by Kama‘ole Beach Park 1. It’s hard to miss; look for the big food truck with the colorful beach scene complete with a Hawaiian girl sitting under a coconut palm. From Foodland at Azeka Center in central Kīhei, head south on South Kīhei Road to Alanui Ke‘ali‘i Drive. Turn left on Alanui Ke‘ali‘i; the food truck in Maui will be immediately on the left.