The restaurant is small, and all tables are large with long bench seats. You order your food at the counter and they call out your name when it is ready. After picking up your food, you take it to the table where you sit with new-found friends to enjoy your meal, so this is a great place to meet both Maui locals and tourists. Lunch or dinner offers a variety of seafoods and a few meat or vegetarian dishes, all of which are generous and tasty. I first discovered Paia Fish Market many years ago when my son told me he ate there because Mama’s Fish House was too expensive.
If you are looking for a very good meal at a price far below Maui’s fancier restaurants, this longstanding Paia restaurant is a great find.
See below for a list of some menu items and a few photos.
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Paia Fish Market menu (subject to change) $ Inexpensive
Appetizers and salads
Fried shrimp or calamari
Choice of several fresh fish prepared any of these ways:
Lunch and dinner plates
Charbroiled or teriyaki
With fish or chicken
Veggie or fish or chicken
Seafood or chicken
Fish, chicken, shrimp
Paia Fish Market Photos
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