Chefs

Meet Maui Chefs

Localicious Dine Out Maui chefs and restaurants include from left to right: Francois Millet, Executive Chef, Pulehu, an Italian Grill at Ka’anapali Ocean Resort Villas; Tylun Pang, Executive Chef, The Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui; Eric Faivre, Executive Chef, Grand Wailea; Greg Gifford, Executive Chef, Duke’s Beach House; and Gemsley Balagso, Executive Chef Star Noodle. On stairs: Scott McGill, CEC, TS Restaurants California and Hawai’i and Chris Schobel, Chef/Owner, Fat Daddy’s Smokehouse.

Chef Pang MauiTylun Pang, Executive Chef, The Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui – As Director of Food & Beverage and Executive Chef of The Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui, Chef Pang oversees banquet and catering operations, as well as the resort’s three restaurants including Kō plantation inspired cuisine, Luana Lounge and Caffe Ciao gourmet bakery and deli. Chef Pang began his career in 1974 and brings many years of experience to his position. He was presented The Mayor’s Award in Culinary Excellence for the County of Maui in 2005.  He currently serves on the advisory board of the Maui Community College Culinary Department. Fortunate to be Hawai’i born, Chef Pang has grown up with many cultural influences. This diversity reflects in his style of cooking. The emphasis on using fresh fish and local ingredients from sustainable resources adds to a unique cuisine that nurtures the aloha spirit inside you. 

Eric Faivre – Executive Chef, Grand Wailea

Scott McGill – CECI, TS Restaurants

Francois Milliet – Pulehu, an Italian Grill at Kaanapali Ocean Resort Villas

Greg Gifford – Executive Chef, Duke’s Beach House

Ryan Luckey – Executive Chef, Leilani’s on the Beach

Chris Schobel – Chef/Owner, Fat Daddy’s Smokehouse

Gemsley Balagso – Chef, Star Noodle

Localicious Dine Out

Localicious, Dine Out Maui Participating Restaurants

Enjoy Grown on Maui salads at these participating restaurants and you contribute to Growing Future Farmers, a fund established to grow the next generation of farmers and rangers in Maui County.  Ask for it by name. “Is it Grown on Maui?”

Grown on Maui Restaurants