The menu of Suisan Fish Market suggested by Sluurpy users
Delicious fresh poke, really fair serving sizes for the price. Loved the tague poke and the spicy marlin poke! Get there early for best selection. We got there 1.5 hours before closing and had limited selection, since it was a Tuesday and they're closed on Wednesday. But even still, it was delicious and filling!
Wow! Best poke we've ever had. Not a ton of selection or variety, but truth is, you don't really need it. The poke was so flavorful and tasty, and we would definitely come back here again. Yum!!
One of my favorite poke stops on Big Island. We had the shoyu, the spicy mayo, the house mix, and mango with spices. All were delicious but my favorite had got to be the juicy shoyu ahi. We enjoyed the meal in a park across the street and will be recommending this to all future visitors!
Poke is fresh and tasty! Customer service is pretty good. May have a long queue but it moves fast. Get the mixed poke. Well seasoned to da max which perfectly paired with the ocean salad.
Enjoy juandering fellow Juanderers!
Fish is fresh and tasty, well marinated. Sad that salmon is only offered by pounds instead of also available in plates.
They take temperature when you go in and require masks for entry.
This will come up as part of the itinerary in Hilo but it's not a must do unless u like cured seafood or poke bowls.
We managed to visit Suisan Fish Market on the last day of our 5 day stay in the Big Island since they were closed for Christmas.
Tried different types of Ahi, scallops and poke bowl including their spicy versions but none were really spicy.
Wide selection of Poke options, along with different fresh fish you can purchase and take home to make something delicious with.
Expect to wait in a que since they practice social distancing and only allow several persons inside at a time.
Top end Poke place on the Hilo side of the the Big Island. The poke is fresh and very tasty. They get the best product every morning and serve it to their customers. To make it even better the Liliuokalani Gardens are in walking distance. Take seat on a bench and enjoy the poke and the view of Hilo Bay.