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Travel Eats: Ono Seafood in Hawaii

Travel Eats: Ono Seafood in Hawaii

Ono Seafood is a small hole-in-the-wall fast-food type of place. When we were looking for Ono Seafood, it took us a while to find it. As you can see, they do not have a huge sign. It is next to a motel so parking was difficult. Before I took this photo, these two parking spots dedicated to the restaurant were taken but was available after we found parking elsewhere. I am sure if you are getting take-out, you would be fine to pull up for a quick second on the side.

There is no seating inside but there are tables outside (as seen in the photo above) which seats about 10 people.

As you wait in line, you will see that pre-packaged food items available in the refrigerator section. Make sure you grab your complimentary drink before you order your poke bowl.

1. Choose your poke bowl:

  • Regular Bowl: $7.00
  • Super Bowl (Extra generous): $9.00
  • Combo Bowl (Two choices of poke): +$0.50 more

All poke bowls come with a complimentary juice, coke or water. What a deal!

2. Choose your rice (you an option between white and brown rice).

3. Choose your poke and flavor style. Check out their 8 different types of poke!

  1. Shoyu ahi
  2. Shoyu tako
  3. Hawaiian style ahi
  4. Hawaiian style tako
  5. Miso ahi
  6. Miso tako
  7. Spicy ahi
  8. Wasabi ahi

We gotโ€ฆ

  • Combo bowl with Hawaiian style tako and spicy ahi poke with brown rice
  • Regular bowl of wasabi ahi with brown rice
  • 1/2 lb of shoyu ahi
  • 1/2 lb of Hawaiian poke

The texture of the poke we had were extremely soft and you can taste the freshness. For a creamier texture, the spicy ahi poke was an all time favorite.

More on Yelp: http://www.yelp.com/biz/ono-seafood-honolulu

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