When we were planning this trip, Raf and I saw an old Rachel Ray food/travel show and she was at Mama’s Fish House in
Maui. I read more about it and the Yelp reviews were out of this world. Even though it’s expensive, they said, it’s worth the price for the view. Go at sunset, get the macadamia-crusted lobster dish.
With a party of 10, it’s hard to get a good table so we made reservations. They couldn’t fit us in at 8, so we nabbed a rezo… and it made all the difference. The sun sets in
Maui at , so we got phenomenal photos of the kids by the water, climbing trees and racing to the water. The restaurant itself was like the Tiki Room at Disneyland, filled with Polynesian memorabilia, but without guile or irony. And that view…
To be honest, it took a long time to be served and the kids were restless once our food arrived, but it was one of those places that feels magical just to be in it. And besides, there is nothing like eating your food steps from the beach, bathed in the summery sunset glow of