Hawaii Mom Blog: Tsukiji Fish Market & Restaurant




March 13, 2011

Tsukiji Fish Market & Restaurant

Not too long ago we were at Ala Moana Shopping Center, and we usually go to the same places for lunch, but this time we decided to try somewhere different--Tsukiji Fish Market & Restaurant.

The lunch buffet is $19.95 per adult.

Although I don't eat sushi or seafood, I knew there'd be other dishes I'd eat, so I didn't mind spending that much money, especially since I figured DH would get his money's worth.

I basically ate Vegetable Tempura, Tofu Jun, Fried Rice, Teriyaki Chicken, and tried some of the Mahi Mahi. I also had some ramen, and ended with shave ice!

DH ate a lot of sushi and everything else I don't eat.

Here are shots of some of the various food stations.

We went on a Saturday and it was PACKED! We went just after 11am, and it was already pretty crowded, but just about 1/2 an hour later the lines for the stations were really long, but they did move quickly.

Both DH and I wished there were a bit more variety in terms of the dishes available, but overall we enjoyed our lunch and the staff was very friendly and attentive.

It was a nice change of pace for us in terms of dining at Ala Moana!

Tsukiji Fish Market & Restaurant: 1450 Ala Moana Boulevard, Honolulu, HI 96814-4634, (808) 237-5444

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