For a long time, Fish Market Maui made it easy for condo dwellers in North Ka‘anapali, Honokowai and Kahana to dine very well on their own lanai. They only had to pop in, pick up a foil pan of fish and go home to cook it.
Directions came with the fish. No seasoning necessary; it was marinated. No pans to wash since the pan could be popped into the recycle bin.
You can still buy mahi mahi, onaga or uku seasoned and ready to cook in the condo, but you can also pop over to the other side of the market and buy prepared things to eat at tables out front. Or for take-out. A full array of sandwiches runs to a crab melt, lobster salad, shrimp BLT, which is really yummy, and seared ahi steak. Fans say it’s the best poke on Maui.
Carnivores will find pulled-pork Sloppy Jims and kalua pork tacos. Seafood chowder and lobster bisque are more options. Every visit seems to offer more options behind the plain glass doors in this tiny strip mall place.