Daily Product Update Thursday June 21, 2018





As a business collaborator with The Monterey Bay Aquarium's Seafood Watch program we prioritize sustainability - all of our products are listed with their sustainability ranking and country or state of origin.










Wild Alaskan King Salmon (due in)  




Fresh Bay Shrimp, Oregon    




Best Choice


Fin Fish

  • Hand-line Ahi Tuna - PI
  • Hand-Line Local Halibut- CA
  • Wild King Salmon - AK
  • Farmed Ora King Salmon - NZ
  • Farmed Akaroa King Salmon- NZ
  • Rockfish, Widow - CA
  • Rockfish, Yellowtail- Oregon
  • Farmed Sturgeon - CA
  • Farmed Artic Char - WA
  • Farmed Catfish - LA
  • Refreshed J-Cut Black Cod - AK
  • Frozen Albacore Loins - BC


  • Chatham Blue Mussels - ME
  • Penn Cove Mussels - WA
  • Salt Spring Mussels- BC
  • Manila Clams- WA
  • Pasta Gem Clam- Florida
  • Savory Clams- BC
  • Kumamoto Gold Oysters - CA
  • Kumiai Oysters - WA
  • Shigoku Oysters- WA
  • Beau Soleil Oysters - New Brunswick
  • Painted Lady Oysters - WA
  • Live Farmed Red Abalones - Santa Cruz
  • Kauai Shrimp - HI
  • Frozen King Crab Legs - AK
  • Fresh Bay Shrimp- Oregon
  • Frozen Soft Shell Crabs (Hotels)- MD
















Monkfish Tails, Massachusetts



Alaskan Halibut

Good Alternative


Fin Fish

  • Ling Cod- CA
  • Petrale Sole - CA
  • Sand Dabs - CA
  • Rockfish, Canary - Oregon
  • Rockfish, Silvergray- CA
  • Wild King Salmon- Oregon
  • Monkfish Tails - MA
  • Alaskan Halibut
  • Farmed Kanpachi- HI
  • Farmed Dorade- Turkey
  • Farmed Bronzino - Turkey
  • Farmed Verlasso Atl. Salmon - Chile


  • Royal Sweet Scallops- MA
  • Hokkaido Scallops - Japan
  • Fresh Bay Scallops - MX
  • Live Maine Lobsters
  • Live Dungeness Crabs - CA
  • Lobster Tails, 5-6 oz- Canada
  • Premium Rock Crabmeat - CA


  • Frozen Tenderized Octopus - Spain






Fresh Uni 250 Grams, Peru



Skull Island Tiger Prawns, Australia



MSC Certified or assessed by RHS for sustainability practices


Fin Fish

  • Walu- HI
  • Yellowtail Jack- MX
  • White Bass- MX
  • Hiramasa - Baja
  • MSC Certified Tombo- Fiji
  • MSC Certified Salt Cod - Norway
  • MSC Chilean Sea Bass - Antarctica
  • Anchovies in Oil - Turkey
  • Loch Etive Trout - Scotland 


  • Sepia Cuttlefish 9-12 oz. - Spain 



  • MSC Skull Island Tiger Prawns - AUS
  • Rock Shrimp - MX
  • Uni 250G - Peru



Check in with us for substitutes and updates on when we'll restock


  • Fresh CA Black Cod
  • Fresh Soft Shell Crabs
  • Mahi-Mahi
  • Ono
  • East Coast Wild Stripe Bass
  • Corvina Bass
  • Blue Nose Bass
  • Fresh Squid



Royal Hawaiian Seafood Market Report


California King Salmon


The season is open and we hope to have Local Kings available by Thursday this week.


Fanny Bay & Kusshi Oyster

  • There's a PSP (paralytic shellfish poison) closure in the areas where Fanny Bay and Kusshi oysters are grown. It's a naturally occurring algae bloom. They will be out of commission for a few weeks. Denman will be in its place of Fanny's for the meantime while oysters such as Shigoku or Beau Soleils will serve as a great alternative for the Kusshi.

Alaskan/Northern Pacific Halibut

  • Poor weather has been the major cause of limited production on the Alaskan and/or North Pacific halibut for the past week.  We do have minimal amount currently in stock, and will be bringing in Halibut from the East Coast for the weekend.   Of course, Local and So-Cal Halibut are available as another halibut option. 


Live Maine Lobsters

  • Prices continue to fall as availability gets stronger. Prices are down significantly from last week. It's a great time to showcase this item on your menus. 


Hand-Line Local Halibut

  • Fishing is starting to pick up at this time. The hand-line fish will command a higher price as these are day-boat fish brought to us literally hours out of our local waters. You will find that local halibut is much leaner than it's Alaskan counterpart. They'll much more suited for raw applications. Fish come in 5-10 lbs. each whole. Put this on the menu and tell your patrons that they are supporting our local community of fishermen and enjoy the freshness.


Mount Lassen Trout

  • The farm has notified us that there will be production shortages effectively.  Along with the production shortages, sizing on these farmed trout, will be small as well, with the current batch weighing between 1-3 pounds each, whole fish.



Painted Lady Oysters

  • We are proud to offer everyone a cost effective, but flavorful oyster called Painted Lady Oysters, which is harvested in the cold waters of Washington. You can expect the flavor of these oysters to be crisp. clean, and refreshing as the waters they are grown in. They are competitively priced, and have now taken over as our Happy Hour Oyster selection. Please contact us should more information is needed.