Gigi Gaea calls herself a GastroPreneur (Gastro relating to gastronomy and Preneur referring to entrepreneur), which captures the essence of her tours, akin to progressive meals, in Lahaina and Wailea.
She considered dozens of restaurants, partnering with those she thought best fit her criteria of stellar service, beautiful views and five-star food.
The results are eclectic menus sure to pique the palate.
For example, the Lahaina Lights Tour might feature slow-cooked prime rib, kalua pig with pineapple, macadamia nut-crusted mahimahi, poke (seasoned fresh raw fish) and shave ice (choose from five dozen different flavors, including Thai Tea, Tiger’s Blood, Wedding Cake and others with intriguing names).
The knife-juggling chefs at Kobe Japanese Steak House cook your choices to order, right at your table, with the flair and charm of consummate showmen.