Their pizza is a thin crust pie, and you can order either a single slice or an entire pie for both dine-in or take-out. The atmosphere is laid-back, and you can bring your own adult beverage as no alcohol is served.
With an owner from Napoli, Italy, Italian Delight also serves Hot Subs, Cold Hoagie sandwiches, and Calzones. There's a good selection of salads, along with pasta dishes like spaghetti, spaghetti and sausage, and both chicken and eggplant Parmigiana with spaghetti.
I particularly enjoy the slices of pizza. For under $10.00, I can get two large slices of pizza, one with a red sauce and one with an alfredo sauce. With a choice of drink, it's a bargain on the west side of Maui.
Looking for just a slice of pizza on the west side of Maui? Trying to find a reasonable, relaxed dining environment for the kids and not spend a fortune? Try Italian Delight in the Lahaina Gateway shopping complex for a really good dining experience -- and good pizza!
335 Keawe Street
Lahaina, HI 96761
Location. Italian Delight is just off Hwy. 30 (Honoapiilani Hwy.) at the Keawe Street traffic light intersection. You'll need to drive past the Panda Express restaurant and toward the Walgreen's to see the large entrance into the Lahaina Gateway Shopping Complex. It's toward the Office Max retail location. There is plenty of free parking.
- It's a BYOB location, so if you'd like to have wine or beer with your pizza and Italian food, bring it yourself.
- I recommend Italian Delight for a slice of pizza at lunch. You can also get a pizza to-go in the evening or call ahead and pick it up and take it back to your hotel or resort.
- Try the alfredo white sauce pizza. It's excellent!
- Don't be surprised if you see families with small children eating here quite often. It's a family-friendly restaurant with reasonable prices.
- Enjoy some of the other retail stores in the shopping complex.
- If you're going to Lahaina Town, get fudge at Hawaii Fudge Company, and grab a bag of Hawaii Flavors of salt water taffy from Big Wave Taffy.
Maui is one of the most popular island to visit, and Lahaina Town offers a glimpse into the old whaling days with historic buildings and sites. Of course, Oahu is the most visited island, with Waikiki Beach and Honolulu being very popular.