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Order Fresh Hawaiian Fish
We get the freshest fish possible, straight from Hawaii. Get the same quality and grade as sushi restaurants, from the same suppliers. Butcher Bob's places an order the first week of every month. Sign up below to be placed on the email list!
|Argentina Wild Shrimp||Salmon|
|Chilean Sea Bass (Not Sushi Grade)||Scallops|
|New Zealand Sweet Crab Meat||Smoked Salmon|
|Halibut (Not Sushi Grade)||Steel Head Troutr|
|Lobster Tail 10-12 oz.||Swordfish|
|King Crab Legs||Walu|
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About the Fresh Hawaiian Fish....
Hawaiian Swordfish are caught on long line fishing gear in the colder currents of Hawaiian waters. The trips are very short ensuring that the freshness is superior to other versions found on the market. When sword meat has a clean, slight pink hue and buttery moisture like this, you can refer to it as 'Shutome' - the Japanese name for sashimi grade sword. Under high heat applications, oil enables moist firming yet no mushy texture. Read more about Hawaiian Swordfish.
The #1 ahi sashimi differs from the #1++ and the #1+ grade by having slightly more water content and a small decrease in red color. The color is cherry red with a semi-translucent quality. This grade of ahi sashimi offers a great value for applications that call for raw or light cooking or flash searing. Read more about Ahi.
Walu has a rich, buttery flavor that is luscious cooked and a delicacy raw. This exotic sashimi grade fish is also known as "white tuna" because of its rich oil content and tuna like texture. Density and high moisture retention make this versatile fish to prepare and a valuable commodity raw. Its paper white color marks up especially well on the grill. Read more about Walu .
'Ono' is a Hawaiian word meaning 'good to eat' so this fish is well known for its taste. Ono are caught by Hawaii's day boat fleet and are usually landed within 12 hours of capture. The Ono is a surface fish that is similar to tuna and mackerel. The fish cooks up snowy white and has a texture like tuna. Ono has a smooth silky texture, yet is firm enough for the grill. In the raw form Ono has many raw tuna characteristics. Served raw, Ono has a smooth velvety feel and a sweet buttery taste. Fantastic for raw applications, great for grilling or searing. Its beautifully clean, jewel like appearance is known to convert even non fish eaters. This grade of Ono can only be found in Hawaiian waters. Read more about Ono.
Hawaiian mahimahi caught by the day boats is the only Troll caught Mahimahi available in the world. Troll caught Mahi is fantastically fresh. The meat is clear and sashimi tuna-like in texture. These super fresh caught fish have a clean buttery ocean like taste and beautiful aroma when cooked. Troll mahi is also great when served in a raw form such as sashimi or tartar. Read more about Mahi.
Sashimi Grade Ahi Tuna
Prime center cuts of our select ahi sashimi. We give you the gold bar experience from the upper portion of our best Hawaiian ahi loin crown. Deep and robust ruby red Hawaiian jewelry from our shores to yours overnight. Read more about Sashimi Grade Ahi.