Where to Find the Best Sushi in West Maui

If you’re on the west side of Maui to catch the gorgeous sunsets in Lahaina or Kapalua and want some delicious sushi. There’s some great restaurants rolling up some fantastic sushi.  Best of luck choosing which one makes it your mouth!

We have cross-checked our picks with top sites like Maui Magazine, Pride of Maui and Tripadvisor to make sure we’re offering the best places for you to enjoy delicious sushi in West Maui. Bon appetit!

Kaanapali sushi
Photo: Courtesy of Japengo


Japengo’s been winning all the awards: 2019 ‘Aipono Best New Restaurant, 2020 ‘Aipono Gold Best Pacific Rim, 2020 ‘Aipono Silver Best Sushi. The views are stunning, the dining room is beautiful, the service is great, and as we already noted, the sushi is award-winning.  If you’re in Lahaina, be sure to drop by and see if they win you over as well. Open daily 5pm to 9pm with a Thursday happy hour 5pm to 6pm. hyatt.com/japengo

Best Sushi in West Maui
Photo: Courtesy of Kobe Japanese Steak House

Kobe Japanese Steak House

Kobe has been serving delicious Japanese cuisine and sushi for more than 30 years. Enjoying watching chefs prepare and cook steaks, seafood and chicken teppanyaki style right at your table. The sushi list is long, the flames are hot and the knives are artistically wielded.  Reservations recommended. Open Wednesday through Sunday 5pm to 9pm. Closed Monday and Tuesday. kobemaui.com

Best Sushi in West Maui
Photo: Courtesy of Lahaina Sushi Ko

Lahaina Sushi Ko

Lahaina Sushi Ko is serious about sushi, and their poke bowls are excellent too. Come hungry with a group so you can try as many of their dishes as possible. Located in “downtown” Lahaina, the restaurant can be difficult to find — but is totally worth the journey. Open Tuesday through Sunday 3:30pm to 9pm. lahainasushi-ko.com

Best Sushi in South Maui
Photo Courtesy of Miso Phat

Miso Phat

This family-owned-and-operated sushi bar offers delicious and freshly caught fish as well as excellent service. Owners Shawn and Joy Steadman also captain the “Shiso Phat” boat which provides fresh fish for the restaurant’s specialty sushi rolls, sashimi, and nigiri. Open daily 11:30 to 8:30pm to serve you sushi and aloha. misophat.com



Renowned chef Roy Yamaguchi is at the helm of Roy’s, one of Hawaii’s most famous restaurants. The menu offers many different dishes and flavors, plus daily specials and a few sushi options. It’s best to come with a group so you can order an array of menu items. We recommended the Yamaguchi spicy ahi sushi roll, the short rib loco moco, and the “Sunset Prix Fixe Menu.” Open daily 11am to 8pm with happy hour daily 2pm to 4pm. royyamaguchi.com

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