I scream for oysters!!

I love oysters!! Raw and cooked! I prefer them cooked, but I’ll eat them raw, too. I am reviewing raw oysters from Uncle’s Fish Market & Grill and Arancino at The Kāhala. But first, did you know oysters has some health benefits? Of course we know oysters to be an aphrodisiac. Ooh, la la!! Below are health benefits to this awesome seafood!

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This pretty oyster was from Arancino at The Kāhala Hotel. I loved it! It was so beautifully presented. I didn’t want to eat it! Yes, that’s gold specs!!!

Arancino in Kāhala was a beautiful restaurant. Delicious Italian food for sure! I will post another entry on the entrée dish I ordered when we went there for my dad’s bday this year. There’s three locations on the island, but I think their menu differs in some way. I’ve been to the Beachwalk location in Waikīkī and it was a more casual setting, compared to the Kāhala location. Nonetheless, I enjoyed both locations and the food is awesome!

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Chef’s choice oysters from Uncle’s Fish Market & Grill. Served with ponzu sauce, daikon, and tobiko. Oh, man! Winnah, for sure!

I always enjoy going to Uncle’s. It’s a casual place, but the food is on the fancier side. I love it! They have a variety of different seafood dishes. Mmm!

Arancino at the Kāhala
5000 Kāhala Ave.; Honolulu, 96816
808.380.4400
http://www.arancino.com/
**NOTE: there’s three locations on the island

Uncle’s Fish Market & Grill
1135 N. Nimitz Hwy; Honolulu, 96817
808.275.0063
https://www.unclesfishmarket.com/

Have a great week!

~FS x

 

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