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.









Best Choice


Fin Fish

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


  • Penn Cove Mussels - WA
  • Acadia Blue Mussels - ME
  • Salt Spring Mussels- BC
  • Savory Clams- BC
  • Manila Clams- WA
  • Pasta Gem Clam- Florida
  • Rappahannock Oysters- VA
  • Stingray Oysters- VA
  • Fanny Bay Oysters- BC
  • Kusshi Oysters- 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
  • Fresh Dungeness Crabmeat - Oregon
  • Fresh Soft Shell Crabs -Maryland












Good Alternative


Fin Fish

  • Wild King Salmon - CA
  • Ling Cod - CA
  • Black Cod - CA
  • Petrale Sole(due in)- CA
  • Thresher Shark- CA
  • Alaskan Halibut
  • Halibut Cheeks - AK
  • Monkfish - MA
  • Opah - HI
  • 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
  • Fresh 16/20 Gulf Shrimp- Florida
  • Live Maine Lobsters
  • Live Spot Prawns- CA
  • Live Dungeness Crabs - CA
  • Lobster Tails, 5-6 oz- Canada


  • Frozen Tenderized Octopus - Spain
  • Fresh Squid - CA






MSC Certified or assessed by RHS for sustainability practices


Fin Fish

  • Yellowtail Jack- MX
  • Mahi Mahi(due in)- MX
  • Hiramasa - Baja
  • Corvina Bass - Ecuador
  • Swordfish - Ecuador
  • Walu(due in) - Fiji
  • 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


  • Blue Nose Bass
  • East Coast Wild Stripe Bass
  • Ono
  • Fresh Squid



Royal Hawaiian Seafood Market Report



Wild California King Salmon

  • There's beautiful day-boat caught California Kings from Bodega Bay right now. Fishing is currently open until Thursday so take advantage of this short opportunity to get in on this local salmon.

Wild Alaskan Coho Salmon

  • This is a great product to use for those wanting to highlight a wild salmon on their menus but don't want to pay "King Salmon prices". The fish are caught in the pristine waters of Alaska and are a real value. It's affordable enough for everyone to showcase. There's plenty of fish around so don't hesitate to let us know if you'd like to consistently use this product during the season.

West Coast Albacore

  • The season is underway and the fish look great. Usually, the short season will only last until the end of August as the fish will migrate further north to Alaska. This is truly an awesome fish to have on your menus. Not only does it come from a well managed fishery but it comes at a great price. These fish can be served raw or slightly seared to present that buttery flavor profile.  Our next shipment is scheduled to arrive tommorow/Thursday morning.

Fresh Local Black Cod

  • Fishing is strong for this local "butterfish". Although this local product is available year round, production is at it's peak when the weather is good. Local black cod is featured on the menus of some of the best restaurants in the city. It's awesome pan seared with the skin on. Your patrons will love it.

White Sea Bass

  • Production has really picked up down in the California/Mexico border as we're seeing a good amount of fish being caught. It's at a great price right now for those looking for that big flake white fish. We expect fishing to remain strong for the next couple of weeks.

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.

Fresh Soft Shell Crabs

  • The season got off to a pretty rough start with lower than expected production. Over the last couple of weeks, we've seen huge improvements with the amount of crabs being caught. Prices remain steady. This is great product to feature as a special or even a menu item until the season ends in September.

Rappahannock Oysters

  • As west coast water temps rise, it's time to start looking for oysters elsewhere. It also brings some more variety to our usual oyster inventory. Our partners over at Rappahannock Oyster Company have always been able to provide us with consistently delicious oysters. They have a wide variety of oysters to suit all palates. We have chosen to offer their Rappahannock River, Stingray, and Olde Salt varieties. We have samples for those wanting a taste. Just let us know!