[Skip to Content]Privacy Policy
Book Direct
The personal information collected is solely used for serving booking reminders. Please visit our privacy policy page to contact us to review or delete data collected.
  • cancel
Ono's Seafood
1.40 mifrom hotel
Ono Seafood Honolulu
About
Before you go
Map & Directions

culinary indulgence the best poke in Waikiki

Don't be fooled by the inconspicuous exterior. Step through the door of Ono Seafood and you're one step closer to the best Waikiki Beach poke. Feel your mouth water as you choose from the freshest ingredients to create your delicious, made-to-order raw seafood delicacy. You can also select other tasty treats like cucumber kimchee, kukui nuts, wasabi squid, sashimi and pickled mango to accompany your order. One bite and you'll be hooked on this authentic Hawaiian spin on fresh tuna, tako and miso, all prepared while you wait.
 

Details

Prices -

Vary
 

Hours -

Monday, Wednesday - Saturday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM; Sunday 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM; Tuesday - closed.
 

Events

  • Honolulu Festival (March)
  • Aloha Festival (September)
  • Hawaii Food & Wine Festival (November)
 
 

Activities

  • Take-Out Dining
  • Shopping (nearby)
  • Prepared Salads & Side Dishes
  • Sightseeing (nearby)
  • Outdoor Seating
  • Beach (nearby)
 

FAQs

A : With Waikiki Beach just a short stroll away, most people don't think about dining indoors when they visit Ono Seafood. After all, fresh fish is best enjoyed with Hawaii's natural beauty spread out before you. But if you just can't wait to dig in to your delicious poke dish, brimming with raw tuna or octopus and savory seasonings, there are a few tables just outside where you can also enjoy your take-out order. Many guests also retreat to the air conditioned comfort of their vehicles when the Hawaiian sun has temperatures soaring.
A : With an ocean teeming with the freshest fish, it is no wonder that poke is a staple of traditional Hawaiian cuisine. This delectable raw fish salad was typically served as an appetizer in Hawaiian households, but has graduated to the main event over the years. Poke typically features either tuna (ahi) or octopus (tako) marinated in an assortment of chili pepper, onion, sesame oil and salt. Enjoy it best when served over a bed of white or brown rice and accompanied by other Hawaiian favorites like pickled mango, cucumber kimchee and boiled peanuts. 
 

Helpful Links

Map/Directions

Directions to Ono's Seafood
From:
To:
Write a Comment For This Attraction
By submitting this comment you agree that your personal information will be made public.
*
*
*
*  
* Required Fields

See you at the beach!