We went there 2 times. Both nights it was busy with a long line. There is not a lot of seating and you will have to share a long table with others. Our Mahi Mahi and Ahi were grilled to perfection and not bone dry....More
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Go for the food not the atmosphere. Place your order, find a table and wait until they bring your food to the table. Some tables are communal. We had two of the fish plates with rice and cole slaw as sides. Fish portions are generous,...More
Stopped for lunch following the Haleakala Crater sunrise and bike down. The mahi mahi fish and chips was really good and there was enough there to have for lunch the following day.
Went for lunch, order the ono on the caesar salad, excellent. Fish was some of the best we had on the island. Pass by all the buns and fries and go for the highlight - FISH!
Went at 6 pm after watching the turtles migrating to Hookipa beach. There was a line out the door. That's a sign of how popular the place is. The waiting in line was good for us though because it gave us a chance to study...More
This restaurant, like the Fish Market in Lahaina (unrelated, I think), is an unpretentious place where you order and pickup up front. So, there is no service. Unlike the Fish Market in Lahaina, though, here you can find many more tables and you have a...More
We visited here twice when in Paris. Both times our meal was great both times. Very good fresh fish, perfectly prepared. Be sure to grab a table early as there are lots of customers and limited seating around lunchtime and dinner time. The prices are...More
I had the Hawaiian snapper plate and the fish was so fresh and soft - it melted in your mouth. All my friends enjoyed their meals and there was so much food on our plates that we found it difficult to finish completely. Highly recommend...More
This was one of our favorite food stops on our recent vacation to Maui! I got the seafood pasta plate which was a lot of food (enough to take some home for dinner) and my husband had the fish fajitas. Both servings were generous and...More