Maui Food and Dining

Dollar Oyster Shooters: The Fish Market Maui

January 31, 2011, 10:20 PM HST
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By Erica Garza

Enjoy dollar oyster shooters in Maui every day at the Fish Market Maui in Honokowai.

Got a buck? Get an oyster. Seven days a week, the Fish Market Maui in Honokowai proudly serves dollar oyster shooters in addition to island caught fish fillets, sandwiches, chowders, poke made to order, party platters and even meals for keiki.

Just don’t be skeptical about the price around here. Considering the Fish Market’s quality and value, these oyster shooters are quite possibly the best on the island. Always fresh and served all day, your oyster craving is sure to be met with satisfaction any time between 11am to 7pm. From cocktail sauce to lemon to horseradish, these zesty delicacies offer your favorite sauces for a kick that you’ll want to savor repeatedly. Luckily you can without breaking the bank.

An ideal escape from the busy, overpriced, touristy eateries in nearby Ka’anapali, the Fish Market Maui is quaint in appearance but definitely not its diversity of fish. Aside from oysters, the market also offers fresh selections of opakapaka, onaga, mahi mahi, swordfish, live lobsters, crab cakes, crab legs, marlin, ahi, ono, walu, uku, and calamari steaks based on the season. Fresh fish is brought in daily from local fishermen to ensure the best quality. You might even spot one while you’re there.

After savoring some oyster appetizers, cook your favorite fish at home with fresh fish preparations that include wine caper butter, macnut crust and soy ginger marinade and garden herb or order food pre-cooked. Take it to go and hang out at with a sunset for a meal that’s practically free it’s so cheap.

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The Fish Market Maui is located at 3600 Lower Honoapiilani Road in Honokowai.

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