Cane and Taro Maui
Cane And Taro Restaurant on Kaʻanapali Beach
***Cane & Taro has closed permanently. You can now find Monkeypod Kitchen in its place.***
Cane & Taro changed its name to Maui Fish & Pasta in 2012. It originally opened in 2009 at the location of the previous Rusty Harpoon restaurant, in the middle of Whalers Village, the shopping center on Kaanapali Beach. It’s at 2435 Kaanapali Parkway.
Cane & Taro (now called Fish & Pasta) is owned by the same people as Sansei, a popular Japanese restaurant in Kapalua and Kihei. It has a few of the same menu items, plus much more. The restaurant is covered but open-air, and most tables have an ocean view. This is one of my several favorite Maui restaurants, and my favorite dinner entrees here are today’s fresh fish (usually 5 choices) and my favorite appetizer is chicken wings with Kochujang sauce. For especially good service tell the manager Lawrence that Jon and Rosie sent you.
Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. See below for some Cane and Taro menu items and photos.
If you are staying at any of the hotels or condos on Kaanapali Beach, Cane & Taro is within walking distance. Or if you are shopping at Whalers Village, you are already there.
Cane & Taro menu (subject to change) $$ Moderate
Corned Beef Hash
3 to 5 varieties of Eggs Benedict
Burrito or Huevos Rancheros
Waffles, Pancakes, or French Toast
6 to 8 kinds of salads
Variety of Sushi Rolls
Several choices of Sashimi
Fish, Chicken, Steaks
Variety of sandwiches
Burgers with many choices of toppings
3 to 5 kinds of fresh fish preparations
Rib Eye Steak
Panko Herb Parmesan Chicken Breast
Island Chopped Steak
Monster Garlic Prawns
Sushi Rolls including Crispy Ahi, Sunset, Rainbow, Dragonfly
Where To Dine On Maui
Maui Restaurants for Fine Dining (Expensive) click here
Maui Restaurants Mid-Price (Moderate) click here
Maui Restaurants Inexpensive click here