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Satisfy Hawaiian food cravings

A La Carte

May 1, 2022

Story By: Kyle Galdeira | Photos by: ANTHONY CONSILLIO

Combination Plate, shown with pork laulau, Kalua pig, sweet potato and pipikaula with a choice of mac salad or lomi salmon ($22.25)

Since 1951,Young’s Fish Market has continued to delight local diners by serving up some of the island’s most delicious local food favorites.

“We strive to deliver a great, traditional Hawaiian meal in a comfortable family friendly environment,” says Young’s Fish Market president/Owner Daniel Young.

Beef Stew Plate, shown with poi and choice of mac salad or lomi salmon ($14.75)

Check out Young’s Fish Market’s two locations in Kalihi and Kapolei to enjoy an array of local specialties, including Beef Stew Plate ($14.75) with a generous 16-ounce portion of famous Beef Stew served with macaroni salad or lomi salmon and rice or poi.

The Combination Plate comes with one’s choice of laulau: pork ($22.25) served daily, beef ($24.50) on Wednesday and Saturday, chicken ($22.25) on Monday and Thursday, and butterfish ($25.50) on Tuesday and Friday, along with kalua pig, pipikaula, Okinawan sweet potato, a choice of rice or poi, and a choice of lomi salmon or macaroni salad.

Hawaiian Spicy Ahi Poke Bowl with Kalua Pork ($17.50)

Big Al’s Hawaiian Bento ($13.75) features a mini laulau alongside kalua pig, pipikaula, Okinawan sweet potato and a scoop of rice.

Guests are encouraged to keep an eye out for a revamp of the ono laulau of the month, including what Young calls the “wildly popular” Chinese Style Oxtail Laulau. Stay tuned as the Kapolei location will be introducing live music on Friday and Saturday nights, and diners can “BYOB” to add to the fun.

Follow the restaurant on Facebook (yfmhonolulu) and Instagram (@youngsfishmarket) to view the lineup of musicians, and to check out the latest menu items.

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