If you’re looking for a unique food experience on Maui, one that’s truly off that beaten path, set on a working farm and surrounded by all the beauty that Kula has to offer, then I am going to let you in on a little secret – the farm dinners at Maui Bees!
Filled with aloha and true farm-to-table spirit, Chef Scott London’s ever-changing menu grows with the seasons and makes the most of the farm’s bounty.
On a recent night, we started off with a Honey Sampling Board – honeycomb from the Maui Bees hives, Dorsett Golden Apples, local goat cheese, and housemate fig crackers, followed by an actual Garden Salad, full of vegetables and edible flowers from the gardens just across the table.
This was followed by my favorite course – the Tomato Curry with housemade naan bread and a six minute egg.
There was also the gorgeous Macadamia Nut Breaded Baked Mahi Mahi with Carrot Gnocchi with Mac Nut Basil Pesto. The fish was caught by one of the farm’s owners as well.
A sweet Strawberry Ice Cream intermezzo
Then, you walk over to the lanai to watch the sun setting over the West Maui mountains.. And enjoy the perfectly cooked Venison Tenderloin Sear with Stuffed Pumpkin.
The perfect finishing touch, as the sun set on the day, was the gluten free Chocolate Cake with Lilikoi Curd and vanilla ice cream – so luscious.
Then, you can finish off some of your BYOB and enjoy the last of the light before heading home.