Exploring South Maui Gardens: A Food Truck Oasis and Hidden Gem

South Maui Gardens, where several food trucks congregate to create a culinary haven amidst lush greenery and vibrant entertainment. Join us as we take a stroll through this hidden oasis and discover the eclectic offerings that await.

Hula dancer silhouette

Food Trucks

This spot  is a great place to spend the day and walk around. There is a delightful array of food trucks, each offering a unique culinary experience. Kihei Food Oasis Food Trucks include: Kitoko, Blue Door Bakery, Da Green Coffee Bar, Aloha Prime Eatery, Wing Kings, Bling Bing Maui, Sweet Hula, Papio’s Place, El Carrito, Thai mee up, Howzit Eh!, Roll it up, Burger Boys, The Greek, and Nirvana.

purple ice cream topped with coconut

table of food truck food

More Than Food

But South Maui Gardens is more than just a food truck court. As you walk through you can find food trucks, as well as lawn games, live music and events, Hula shows, and a beautiful plant nursery. It’s a meticulously curated space with ample seating, restroom facilities, and even live music to elevate your experience. Whether you’re enjoying your meal on the lawn by the Event Center or exploring the gardens, there’s no shortage of things to see and do.

Plant Nursery

Plant Nursery Turned Community Hub

Speaking of the gardens, it’s where it all began for South Maui Gardens. What started as a simple plant nursery has blossomed into a multifaceted destination, offering not only plants but also a vibrant community hub.

cornhole game

Check it Out

Whether you’re a local or a visitor to Maui, South Maui Gardens is a must-visit destination. Soak in the ambiance, indulge in delicious food, and experience the magic of this hidden oasis. My Wife Lori’s favorite food truck here is Roll it Up…Stop by and Don’t forget to mention that Tom Teak sent you. With quality food and a welcoming atmosphere, South Maui Gardens truly lives up to its reputation as the Hidden Oasis of Kihei.

Video Tour

Click below to watch the video tour of South Maui Gardens

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