2010 Top Maui Restaurants
You take a vacation to a tropical paradise like Hawaii but so many people spend all their time researching where to stay and finding the best resorts.
If you are planning to visit the beautiful Hawaiian island of Maui, and need to learn about the best restaurants Maui has to offer, then this new book is for you.
The 2010 Top Maui Restaurants book is the latest version, written by Molly and James Jacobson.
Anybody who has traveled knows how difficult it is to find a nice restaurant. We all have our own budgets and preferences. The 2010 Top Maui Restaurants restaurant guide has them all covered.
Don’t be fooled by other inferior tour books that write short reviews. They’re too generic and often way off the mark.
The 2010 Top Maui Restaurants restaurant guide is a must have for any visitor to Maui.
Whether you prefer romantic waterfront dining, a quiet lunch over looking a tropical garden, or a memorable sunset dinner, you’ll find it all in this “must-have” Maui restaurant guide.
The book is in paperback form and covers 248 pages. Married couple James and Molly Jacobson are respected food journalists and dine out approximately eleven time a week.
The Jacobson’s primary goal is to present a fair and well balanced review of Maui’s restaurants.
Previous versions of this highly acclaimed book have been read by tens of thousands of satisfied readers.
In the new 2010 edition, you will discover:
* The best romantic restaurants that worth your money.
* Discover the hot spots where the locals eat.
* Inexpensive restaurants offering the best value.
* A handy reference to help you find the dining nationality you desire.
There are detailed reviews for almost 200 Maui restaurants, which represents about half of all restaurants on Maui.
Each restaurant review contains a table with the restaurant’s address, location, types of meals served, hours, parking, phone number, and website.
The authors use a graphical “Star” rating system (from 1 to 5 stars) that makes it very simple to quickly identify how a particular restaurants ranks. There are five major categories (Food, Ambiance, Service, Love and value) along with an Overall Star rating.
Another nice feature is an iconic representation of the restaurant’s Cost, Amenities and type of payment accepted.
I like the variety of restaurants reviewed, in addition to the balance of the writers’ opinions. Another important fact is each restaurant in the guide, has been personally reviewed at least twice, and most either three or more times.
In summary, the 2010 Top Maui Restaurants book offers readers excellent overviews and detailed reviews of the various cuisines of the Hawaiian island of Maui.
So don’t take a chance with a bad meal at some over-hyped restaurant. Trust the personal expertise of Molly and James Jacobson. It could very well be the best money you ever spend.
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