Though Maui was once homogenously Hawaiian, field laborers who arrived to work the plantations brought their flavors with them. At Kō restaurant in the Fairmont Kea Lani, the multi-ethnic cuisine is a reflection of modern Hawaii. Portuguese sweet bread stuffed with taro accompanies Korean yam noodles, and Filipino lumpia spring-roll appetizers can be paired with Japanese tempura.

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