First, pick your fish: fresh opah, ono, ahi, opakapaka, or mahimahi. Then your preparation: char-broiled, sautéed, blackened. Finally, your sides: Cajun rice, home-fried potatoes, hand-cut slaw. And be quick about it–there’s a crowd behind you. The communal table is packed with European windsurfers, tourists en route to Hana, and hippie expats from the Mainland. Not your scene? You can always get it to go for a picnic on the beach.
100 Baldwin Ave.