We had a wonderful weekend staycation on the Westside of Maui this Easter weekend and a delicious meal at Sea House Restaurant last Friday.
My family and I live on the South side of Maui. And if you live here on Maui long enough, you know that locals and kamaaina see the other side of Maui as “far”. For example Kihei people like me mostly drive to Kihei, Wailea, Wailuku, Kahului side and don’t go often to Lahaina, Kapalua, Napili and Kapalua side except when we absolutely have to. Well, we decided that this weekend we have to. We explored the Westside and we it’s good! More of our Kapalua adventures are written at www.visitmauiblog.com so I won’t repeat them again. However, I would like to write this post here because we did have a great time at the SeaHouse this weekend.
The Sea House restaurant is an open air dining place nestled directly on Napili Beach. The view there is incredible. Our dinner reservation was at 5:30 so we were able to catch the sunset. There were some dark clouds around that day, but I still was able to get a good shot of a colorful sunset:
When I first told my husband about us going to Sea House, he told me that they serve one of the best brunches in the Westside. He used to live in Kaanapali and he and his friends go there for breakfast. Big servings, affordable price, and very tasty! I was glad to hear that and looked forward to our dinner all the more. I surely was not disappointed. Aside from hearing how great their brunch is, we experienced how enjoyable their dinners are also. From their menu, my husband ordered a fish cuisine, my son ordered a beef dish and my daughter requested a clam chowder soup. I was recommended the localicous menu, and so I tried it. It was truly onolicious. You will see the photos here on flickr.
To know more about Sea House Restaurant, click here.
I concur, this place is an amazing find, for residents and visitors alike. And well, with these economic times, it offers a good value for your money.
Sounds like you had a really nice time!
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