Let Kō seduce you with artful interpretations of Hawaiʻi’s exotic blend of multicultural influences — part China, part Japan, with a dash of the Philippines, Korea and Portugal, rooted in the traditional Hawaiian kitchen. Visitors and locals know this is the place to visit in Wailea.
Sourcing 90% of top-quality produce from local purveyors, Executive Chef Tylun Pang sets a lavish feast for the eyes and palette: gleaming cubes of black sesame-sprinkled ahi tuna, aromatic ti leaf-wrapped fresh catch, spicy Chinese stir fry with lotus root… ‘ono (delicious) only begins to describe it.
Take a seat in a roomy banquette under the floating roof of this chic and alluring indoor-outdoor dining room with views of lush gardens and the palms and pool beyond. Start with a pleasingly tart Liliko’i (passionfruit) Margarita, dusted in sweet plum powder and garnished with a fresh orchid. Then let your imagination guide you.
Bar: 11:00am – 9:00pm
Lunch: 11:30am – 2:30pm
Happy Hour: 3:00pm – 5:00pm
Dinner: 5:00pm – 9:00pm*
*Varies throughout the year; please email or dial ext. 290 from your suite or villa phone to reach our concierge team for restaurant hours.
Reserve in advance to ensure your spot: call 808 875 2210 or book online through OpenTable.
Authentic, local, sustainable, rooted in history: Kō reflects this beautiful island palekaiko (paradise) we call home. The name is Hawaiian for sugarcane. Executive Chef Tylun Pang draws from family recipes passed down for generations to conjure exciting, modern cuisine that tells the story of Maui’s multicultural plantation past. And every element — the contemporary design, colors, textures, food and drink — intentionally conveys a deep respect and connection to that tradition.Learn More
Celebrating a precious moment? Let us create a personal private dining experience: an exclusive oceanfront experience, an intimate Twilight Dinner for two in a lantern-lit cabana or an elegant evening to remember set among the palms and torches of verdant Kō Garden.Learn More
Don’t just take our word for it. Take a look at Kō’s impressive list of awards and accolades commending its distinctive cuisine and inventive approach to spotlighting the Hawaiian kitchen.
Sunday & Monday Night Laulau
Celebrate Maui culture with us every Sunday and Monday evening, when we cook a laulau. That’s a Native Hawaiian dish, traditionally served in a taro, or luau, leaf. Ours is a modern take on a treasured recipe, always featuring some kind of seafood combination.