At the Seaside Restaurant you can get Hawaii fish served gourmet style, seafood that possibly no other restaurant in the state offers. Some examples include moi, which in pre-contact Hawaii was reserved for the alii or royalty; mullet grown in the restaurant's ponds, and mempachi. You can also get more conventional fare such as mahimahi or ahi, cooked in your choice of at least three styles. You can even get poultry or meat, but why would you order that at a restaurant called Seaside? This restaurant has an incredible history. For decades the choices were mullet or chicken served with rice and corn. But for the past 15 years Colin Nakagawa has elevated this to one of the top restaurants in the state.
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