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- 63%Budget Travelers
- 51%Business Travelers
- 51%Luxury Travelers
- 51%Art & Design Lovers
- 51%Local Culture
- 51%Green Travelers
User Reviews (8 Reviews)
- Ono SeafoodMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 5Aug 20, 2013
The poke and tako rice bowl is SO onolicious!! And what a deal, at only $5.50, which also includes a soda or bottled water.
We walked from our hotel to Ono Seafood, got our poke bowls and walked back to our hotel, not realizing that this is truly a hole in the wall where you can only take your food to go. I was so tempted to bust out my food on the walk home and devour it all, but I saved it until we returned to our hotel where we were able to enjoy it on the patio.
The poke just melted in my mouth, and it was covered in a perfect amount of spices. I loved the tako as well, which was amazingly tender - not chewy or hard at all.
I'm so jealous of the locals here who can have poke all the time - it is definitely so much better and abundant in Hawaii!!Recommended for:Budget Travelers
- Ono SeafoodMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesLuxury TravelersAug 02, 2013
Is this the best tuna poke on Oahu? Hometown hero Ed Kenney (chef-owner of Town restaurant) says so. Order a portion tossed to order—along with pickled mango, kimchi, boiled peanuts, and poi—and decide for yourself.
- Ono SeafoodMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 1Jul 04, 2012
Totally unexpected, but this place has the best poke and tako rice bowls on the island! They're a steal at under $6, which INCLUDES a beverage. The parking lot is small, and the storefront is also, but there is a picnic table outside for quick dining.
- Ono SeafoodJul 04, 2012
Ono Seafood has got to be one of Hawaii's most impressive examples of what having an undeniably masterful recipe can do for a restaurant. This establishment is sandwiched between a Shell gas station and a towering apartment building, and in spite of it's (to put it nicely) unassuming location, it is a great place to stop in and walk out with some of Hawaii's most delicious fish based dishes. Squid, Ahi, and a wide range of other locally caught seafood are served up here with attention to detail not found at many other establishments. If you are up for a bit of a treasure hunt, grab the GPS and make your way to this tiny seafood joint for some of the area's best such cuisine.
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Aliases: Ono Seafoods