In the market for some great local-style eatsA La Carte
October 11, 2020
Story By: Nicole Monton | Photos by: YOUNG’S FISH MARKET
Young’s Fish Market continues to serve up great fresh fish and local Hawaiian/Chinese favorites, and staff members at both its locations invite the community to stop in for a bite to eat.
“We hope to be able to hold on through this continued pandemic and be able to open fully again soon,” shares president Daniel Young. “We appreciate the continued support from all out customers during these unprecedented times.”
The Beef Stew Plate ($12.75) is great for those wanting a traditional plate lunch-style meal, and fans of Hawaii’s signature fresh fish dish can look forward to the Hawaiian Poke Bowl ($14.25-$14.50) that includes a choice of poke, lomi salmon, mini laulau or kalua pig on a bed of rice.
But choosing is hard, we get it. That’s why Young’s Fish Market offers even more great combination plates (starts at $19.25) that pair a signature main — think pork, chicken, butterfish or beef — with laulau, kalua pig, lomi salmon, pipikaula, sweet potato, and your choice of poi or rice.
Young’s Fish Market is currently doing takeout only at its City Square and Kapolei Commons locations, but will continue to explore dine-in options — so stay tuned!