Feast at Lele
Posted on 25/08/2014 by Emilie Wyqued | Comments Off on Feast at Lele
Not just another Luau.
The Feast at Lele is more like a fine dinner show than a traditional luau. You still receive a traditional flower lei greeting and photos are taken (later available for purchase), but other similarities to a traditional luau setting end there. Rather than sitting en-masse with strangers, you are seated at tables arranged specifically for your individual group size, be it a group of two or ten. Each table has a tablecloth, china with silverware and cloth napkins, very elegant, and you receive very personal attention from at least two servers. The “Feast” itself is the real star here, followed closely by the superb entertainment provided by a small, but highly talented, group of performers. The menu consists of a five-course meal featuring cuisine from Hawaii, Tonga, Tahiti, and Samoa, plus dessert. Each course is followed by dramatic Polynesian entertainment from each island. For example, the Hawaiian course is followed by Hawaiian hula, the Tonga course by Tongan dances, etc. Following the Samoan course you are treated to an amazing fire knife dancer from Samoa. You will be amazed by the vast range of talent in these amazing dancers who have mastered the dance from four separate Polynesian cultures!
Where is it?
Located oceanfront at 505, Front St. in Lahaina Town, the show is nightly from 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm. Reservations are recommended as the show fills up quickly! It is also a good idea to get there by 6 pm so you have time to be seated and settle in before the festivities begin. Call them 808-667-5353 or check out their website FeastatLele.com for full menu options and more information. They also offer vegetarian and vegan choices. So, if you want a fine dining experience with a selection of foods that you will likely never experience elsewhere, excellent service and top-notch entertainment, then The Feast at Lele is for you.