Ono Seafood & Anu Island Soft Serve

Looking for poke in Kapahulu? How’s about a refreshing sweet treat? I’ve got two businesses that share the same parking lot that can satisfy both your needs. Ono Seafood and Anu Island Soft Serve are 2 tiny but very popular destinations for those in search of something delicious.

I know Ono has been around for a long time, but I recently stopped in for my first visit. I know, I know…I promise I was born and raised here! Anyhow, I opted for a regular combo poke bowl served on white rice with shoyu ahi and miso tako. I thought my poke tasted fresh with good texture throughout.

They set their prices according to market prices and all poke bowls come with a can of juice or soda or a bottle of water.

There’s also a small selection of grab and go foods in the fridge, including edamame, taegu, and raw crab.

With enough space for a few people at a time inside the shop, you’ll likely see a line outside. The line did seem to move fast when I was there. There’s limited parking in their lot and a few tables outside if you plan to eat it there.

  • Ono Seafood
  • IG: @ono.seafood
  • 747 Kapahulu Ave., Honolulu, HI 96816
  • 808-732-4806
  • open Tues-Sat 9am-6pm, Mon and Sun closed
  • Take and go or eat on the tables in front

After your poke bowl or before (if you’re a dessert first kinda person), you should check out Anu Island Soft Serve. It’s located in the same parking lot as Ono Seafood. Anu is serving up dairy free soft serve with a variety of toppings. On this occasion, I got ube and honey lavender soft serve with strawberries. Other toppings included almonds, cocoa nibs, coconut, blueberries, banana, chocolate syrup, and granola. Flavors change frequently, so check their IG for updates.

  • Anu Island Soft Serve
  • IG: @anu.islandsoftserve
  • 737 Kapahulu Ave. Honolulu, HI 96816
  • open Tues-Sun 11:30 am to 6:30 pm

Ono Seafood and Anu Island Soft Serve are great food options if you’re in the Kapahulu area. Let me know if you’ve been to these eateries before and what you got. If you’re looking for more poke, check out this post and check out the new Guide to O’ahu Restaurants. Mahalo for reading!

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