Koloa Fish Market
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5482 Koloa Rd · interesting places nearby
Koloa Fish Market information
Line up with those in the know at this hole-in-the-wall. It serves outstanding poke in all kinds of flavors (spicy kimchi is the hands-down winner), Japanese-style bentō (boxed meals), sushi rolls, seaweed salads and both Hawaiian and local plate lunches grilled to order. Thick-sliced, perfectly seared ahi and rich slabs of homemade haupia (coconut) or sweet-potato pie are quite addictive.