The salmon poke was too sweet and it covered the taste of the fresh fish. I tried some other flavors and they were all pretty good in general though. If you just want some poke you can ask for a bed of leaves or something in addition to just rice and your poke.
The parking lot here is pretty small but should have a good in/out flow because this place is takeout only.
What a great local find!! I typically like to eat and support local when traveling and I would go back to Fresh Catch in a heartbeat. The lady behind the counter was super friendly and answered all our questions patiently, even with a line forming behind us. The food (Poke bowl & Ahi tuna salad) were very fresh and flavorful. Highly recommend ⭐️
There was a line when we went but the line moved pretty fast. You can order what you want on the menu or you can make your own poke bowl. The poke bowl is charged by the weight. It was a bit pricey for some reason(maybe they weighed the bowl with the white rice in the box...). I love the variety of poke that they have. My dad ordered garlic chicken. It was ready in 10 minutes. Garlic sauce was very good. My brother had poke bowl with hawaiian flavor and shoyu flavor. I dare you try the firecracker poke. It was spicy(I can eat very spicy) and so good!
Hands down the BEST poke we had while in Waikiki. Our Uber driver recommended it and it did not disappoint. Reasonable prices too. Just a heads up, only take out and no dine in when we went (mid January). There's no outside area to eat either. So just be prepared to take it with you. Well worth it!!
Fresh and cheap. Cheapest I’ve found so far. They do have some more flavours to choose from compared to other places. Shoyu, pricy, fireball, lumi etc. It is a bit away from Waikiki but next to Leonard’s bakery so you can walk down here to buy your lunch before you head back to the beach. Take out only.
They do have an authentic Hawaiian style poke. You cannot enjoy all of the great choices by visiting only one time. You should go there at least twice or more lol
The Puerto Rican dish, Pastele stew, is a must here. So good, flavorful and filling for good price of $13. Comes with 2 scoops of rice and potato salad. If you like Louisiana flavors or gumbo, you’ll love this stew.
I was looking up places Guy Fieri had visited on the island and decided to come here. I can’t say enough how much I enjoyed the garlic chicken. So grateful I looked it up or else I would’ve missed this gem. It was one of my favorite meals on the island. I’ll be back again one day!