We often have these fish available though there is some seasonal variability. If you don't see what you are looking for in the Market just post a Fish Wish and you might entice a fisherman to go catch what you like to eat.
Scientific Name: Coryphaena hippurus
Hawaiian Name: Mahimahi
Japanese Name: Shiira
Mahimahi has a sweet, mild flavor with lean and fairly firm with large, moist flakes. Mahimahi is low in saturated fat and is a good source of vitamin B12, phosphorus, potassium, protein, niacin, vitamin B6, and selenium. Mahimahi are usually between 8 and 25 pounds and the average filet yield is between 40-45%.
Scientific Name: Acanthocybium solandri
Hawaiian Name: Ono Malani
Japanese Name: Kamasu-sawara
Ono is Hawaiian for "delicious, tasty" A firm, white and flaky fish once cooked. It has a lean and mild flavor and an excellent source of low fat protein and low in sodium. It is rich in niacin, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, phosphorus and selenium. Ono also provides about 750 mg of omega-3’s (DHA and EPA) per 8 ounce serving of fresh fish. Commonly caught in the 8-30 pound size range about 60 to 65% of whole fish weight can be re-covered as fillet.
`Opelu (Mackerel scad)
Scientific Name: Decapterus macarellus
Hawaiian Name: `Opelu
Japanese Name: Muro-aji
‘Ōpelu resembles a mackerel with a long and slender body, but more elongated. It has a sweet, oily flavor similar to mackerel and is great for grilling. ‘Ōpelu are unique in that they spend their life between two marine habitats, the coral reef and open ocean. They are classified as “coastal pelagic” fish and can grow up to 18 inches.