My go to whenever I return to the islands. They still have the best and freshest lau lau. Tuesday is Senior Discount day 10%. I had the Albert Bento Box. 13.95 for mini laulau (but the pork was a bit dry this time), kalia pig, pipikaula, rice and purple potato. My friend got the stew. She said they have the best beef stew.
Hawaiian food approved by Hawaiians! Never had anything less than perfection from Young’s. It’s our go-to spot when we need some good lau lau. Always juicy and tender, cooked to perfection, full of flavor! Their meal includes a generous portion of white rice, some pipikaula, and a large chunk of taro, as well as a small side of Lomi salmon. Very filling, you really get a Big Bang for your buck here. There’s also options for kids, even our excruciatingly picky eater (3 years old) loves the chicken long rice, and will eat the entire helping by himself! Easy for kids to eat, our 1 year old also loves the chicken long rice. It’s currently take out only for Covid, but well worth the stop.
Been coming to Young's Fishmarket for years now! I am always happy to spend money here because the food is really good with pretty fast service but the seating is minimal. The only reason I don't give 5 stars is because the poke is always hit and miss and since it's so expensive I would hope it would be more consistent on flavor.
The Kulolo is amazing!!! I will always come here for really ono Hawaiian food!
Everytime I'm at home Young's is a must. Awesome Hawaiian food. My favorite is the Big Al's Bento (Rice or Poi, Kalua Pig, Mini Lau Lau, Pipikaula and Sweet Potato). So ono!
If you're looking to enjoy traditional Hawaiian cuisine, then this is the place to visit. The Kalua pig, lomi salmon, and pipi kaula are worth the drive, even when I'm commuting from the North Shore! The haupia is the best way to end the meal. It's smooth, coconuty, creamy, and oh so yummy!
Very popular local place for local food. I went for the butterfish Lau Lau. It was definitely tasty and the fish bones melt in your mouth, so no need to pick out any bones. I enjoyed it, but it's very different than the misoyaki butterfish that I was looking for. So, if you don't like the fish taste, then there are plenty of other food that they offer on the menu and not just seafood.
I Always get the beef stew . It is the best beef stew out there ,besides homemade. Thick stew with lots of vegetables and generous amounts of meat .