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$$$$ Average price: $11-30
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1286 Kalani St
Honolulu, Hawaii, USA
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Right after seeing Honolulu Fish Auction, come here for a meal. This restaurant has mouthwatering pork roast, beef and poke bowl listed on the menu. Here you will be able to taste perfectly cooked pudding and good doughnuts.

At Young's Fish Market, you can order food as a takeaway. Imagine a combination of tasty dishes and the nice staff, this is exactly what this place provides you with. The fabulous service is another important advantageprices at this spot are worth attention as they're low. When you enter this place, you feel the enjoyable atmosphere. TripAdvisor users rated this restaurant 4.5 out of 5. Find delicious dishes that Young's Fish Market menu online includes.

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I came in 40 min to closing and ordered the kalua pig plate. The food is good and filling. it was also great to see that the kitchen area was having a deep clean. This place cares about sanitation and providing quality food.
"Home of the WOW Laulau" - Young's Fish Market Whenever we are near to or go into Young's Fish Market, I replay in my mind a local late 70's-early 80's comedy jingle about a fictious foot-long laulau which goes like this:    "Come we go to Wendell's  For one hell of a kaukau  It's a foot long laulau  Better than poi, better than pig  Wendell's Laulau's frickin' big"                  -Rap Reiplinger Oops, did I just date myself with this jingle?  Aw, but, many locals fondly remember local comedian Rap Reiplinger and can still quote many of his comedic lines or skits.  Eh, if you can remember Rap's Wendell's laulau, you surely remember Fate Yanagi.         Now, I'm not saying that Young's WOW Laulau is huge like Wendell's foot-long wonder but it is as massive, if not larger, as Hilos Kūhiō Grille's One-Pound laulau. We came in today to redeem a BOGO coupon for pork laulau which we planned to have for dinner since we already picked up our poi and poke from another nearby shop.  The pork laulau (including the BOGO) only cost us $6.50 + tax = $6.81.   Traditional Hawaiian laulau is usually a piece of pork and fish wrapped in taro leaves then placed in an underground oven (imu) to cook.  In modern times, laulau taro leaves can be filled with chicken, pork, fish (usually salted butterfish), beef or sweet potato and cooked over stovetop.  Young's Fish Market makes and serves laulaus with these modern fillings.     We've been frequenting this low-key counter service restaurant for years (since the 60's)!  With my family, I have childhood to adult memories of stopping into their original shop on Liliha Street, then following them to Kapālama Shopping Center and dining at this City Square location for poi, poke and laulau.   Young's Fish Market is one of our Hawaiian food restaurants that we frequent for their easy and low-key counter service, the workers are friendly even though they are often bombarded with lines of customers, the food is generously portioned and filling and there's free parking in City Square.
Da best Hawaiian food, the lualua's are big!
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1286 Kalani St, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA
Сredit cards accepted Delivery No outdoor seating No Wi-Fi No booking Takeaway Parking Wheelchair accessible No TV
Opening hours
SundaySun Closed
MondayMon 09:30-20:00
TuesdayTue 09:30-20:00
WednesdayWed 09:30-20:00
ThursdayThu 09:30-20:00
FridayFri 09:30-20:00
SaturdaySat 08:00-16:00

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