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Try some great Hawaiian food

A La Carte

July 4, 2021

Story By: Don Robbins | Photos by: ANTHONY CONSILLIO

Young’s Fish Market is the destination to find the best Hawaiian and local foods.

The popular eatery boasts two convenient locations — one in Honolulu’s City Square and a second site in Kapolei Commons.

President and owner Daniel Young now leads the company, but his grandparents Wilfred and Charlotte started the business way back in 1951.

From its original beginnings as a store that only sold fish, the business has evolved into its current role as a Hawaiian/Chinese restaurant and fish-specialty store serving local-style favorites. It offers plate lunches, catering and more.

Combo Plate (price varies)

For example, the Combo Plate (price varies) provides patrons with a bit of everything. Choices include kalua pig, chicken, pork, butterfish or beef lau lau, pipikaula, sweet potato, and poi or rice.

Another good option is the traditional Hawaiian Poke Bowl (price varies).

In this meal, customers can opt for one of Young’s signature styles of poke, accompanied by lomi salmon, mini lau lau or kalua pig.

Meanwhile, other items like the Beef Stew Plate are great for anyone desiring a local plate lunch-style meal that’s tasty and filling. This includes juicy morsels of beef, poi or rice, and lomi salmon or mac salad.

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