JUICY KING SALMON BELLY and Japanese Hawaii Food at Maguro Brothers in Honolulu, Hawaii!
Maguro Brothers is an amazing little Japanese Hawaii seafood restaurant.
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Maguro Brothers Hawaii - On my latest trip to Hawaii, some of my relatives had told me about Maguro Brothers, a small stall at the back of the market in Chinatown. It sounded like exactly the type of place I need to go. So one day we drove down for lunch. Immediately I loved the atmosphere of the market.
They have a short but everything you need menu, and most dishes are on the Japanese food side - with donburi bowls, and they also have some Hawaiian style poke. But as I found out, even their poke is more Japanese style, and amazing.
Chu-toro donburi with uni - First dish I tried was the chu-toro donburi with uni. Chu-toro is the medium fatty tuna with sea urchin on the side. It was as fresh as possible, and absolutely delicious.
Grilled king salmon belly - Next I couldn’t resist the grilled king salmon belly which was magically fatty and bursting with fatty juices. It was so good.
Hawaiian limu poke - Finally, I also couldn’t resist a tub of Hawaiian limu poke, my personal favorite style of poke - cubes of ahi (tuna) with limu, which is a type of sea algae that has an amazing crisp texture. Their poke was insanely delicious.
Total price - $44.93 (Ying also had miso salmon, not included in video)
Maguro Brothers Hawaii in Chinatown, Honolulu, Hawaii, is well worth seeking out when you’re in Honolulu. Not only is the food top quality, but the service is friendly, and you’ll love the market dining environment.
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