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August 16, 2018

Visit Kauai: Konohiki Seafoods


Step into the humble Konohiki Seafoods, located in an assuming strip mall in Lihue, and you'll be greeted by a large display case of local eats, such as poke, lomi salmon, and taegu, as well as sweets, crack seed, drinks, and more that line almost every inch of the tiny shop.

We visited Konohiki Seafoods during our Kauai day trip, and the place was busy with patrons ordering plate lunches, picking up catering orders, and selecting their faves from the display case.

One of the most popular food items at Konohiki Seafoods is not even from the sea!  It's the Konohiki Chicken - fried pieces of ginger chicken that are so tasty - you'll be sorry if you order too few pieces.

For some who take a bite of the chicken for the first time, the taste may remind you of the shuttered Hanamaulu Cafe's chicken.

And you'd be right!

Konohiki Seafoods was given the secret recipe for the signature chicken, so locals and visitors alike can continue to enjoy this popular Kauai dish.


Whether you're picking up poke for a picnic, a sushi platter for a party, or a box of ginger chicken as omiyage, Konohiki Seafoods is your one-stop-shop for all things local and delicious.




Konohiki Seafoods
3-4301 Kuhio Hwy #102
Lihue, HI 96766
(808) 245-1707

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