Making A Splash With Fresh FishA La Carte
February 18, 2018
Story By: Stephanie Kim | Photos by: L. Tabudlo
Dive into fresh seafood dishes and more when you decide to dine at Uncle’s Fish Market & Grill.
“Our seafood is extremely fresh and sourced daily from the Honolulu Fish Auction, just steps away from our restaurant,” shares director of restaurant operations Brian McKelvey.
The eatery, which has a history that delves into a long line of fishermen, or “Uncle’s,” that the founder named the restaurant after, will be debuting a collection of new dishes, according to McKelvey.
Cast your line and catch iconic dishes featuring alluring ahi, such as Uncle’s Original Poke Tower ($19.50),
Uncle’s Award-Winning Garlic Ahi ($25) and, last, but not least, Ahi Poke Trio ($22) with kukui nut pesto ahi poke topped with local fried ogo, fresh ahi poke with green onions, and spicy ahi poke with a sprinkling of fried onions.
“These dishes showcase this amazing fish in a variety of different ways, from clean and fresh to savory and spicy,” says McKelvey. “These dishes have become our signature items and keep people coming back for more.”
GRILLED TO PERFECTION
Sink your teeth into the freshest bites at Uncle’s Fish Market & Grill. Start with Uncle’s Original Poke Tower ($19.50) — sushi rice lays the foundation for fresh ahi poke, guacamole and ahi tartar, topped with masago, sliced nori and served with white corn chips. Then, enjoy Uncle’s Award-Winning Garlic Ahi ($25), featuring fresh ahi steak with a sauce of compound butter, bonito veloute and chili soy, topped with garlic, green chilies and capers. “This dish has an amazing balance of flavors and spices, and has been on the menu since the very beginning,” says director of restaurant operations Brian McKelvey.