This restaurant is much more upscale than Cilantro, the former Mexican restaurant in Lahaina by the same owner, Chef Paris Nabavi. No more paper plates or ordering at the counter, but they still have that delicious rotisserie chicken (plus a lot of new items). There are great wooden tables, beautiful decor, and helpful wait-staff. There are regular and high-top tables, with both indoor and outdoor seating. It's open for lunch and dinner.
The Sangrita menu is divided into guacamoles & salsas, ceviches & botanas, acompanamientos, ensaladas, tacos, platos fuertes (main courses), enchiladas, children's items, and desserts. The menu includes some vegan and gluten-free items. There's also a store called "The Market at Sangrita" in one side of restaurant, where you can buy a carryout snack or meal without the wait.
The name "sangrita" refers to a non-alcoholic drink often served to cleanse the palate between sips of tequila. The sangrita drink at this restaurant contains tomato juice, orange juice, horseradish, garlic, Worcestershire sauce, and Tabasco.
See below for menu list and food photos.
For reviews, menus, photos of other inexpensive restaurants see Inexpensive Maui Restaurants.
Sangrita menu (subject to change) $ Inexpensive
Guacamoles & Salsas
Chipolte Pineapple Guacamole
Ceviches & Botanas
Todo Del Mar Ceviche
Mother Clucker Flautas
Papas Con Queso
Black Beans & Rice
Cocoa Braised Short Ribs
Cochinita Pibil (pork)
Steak a la Parilla
Grilled Ono (fish)
Plato de Pollo (rotisserie chicken)
Pesca del Dia (fish)
Spanish Octopus a la Parilla
Rib Eye a la Plancha
Flan de Elote
Plato de Pollo (rotisserie chicken):
Chicken Chicharron (crispy chicken skin):
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