Inspired by the traditional fish houses of the Islands, MINA’s Fish House combines the flavors and ingredients of the Hawaii with the culinary expertise of Michelin-starred Chef Michael Mina in a beautiful open-air, oceanfront setting.
MINA’s Fish House re-imagines Hawaiian fish house theme by combining the seafood bounty direct from pristinely clear waters of the Pacific. Dine on inventive, craveable seafood dishes, such as our signature Hawaiian seafood tower, Kona cold lobster and coconut bisque, or Hawaiian abalone spaghetti. Allow our signature fish sommeliers, Ryan Houser and Saui Matagiese, to guide you on your journey – you haven’t lived until you have experienced a fish paired perfectly with your palette by our expert duo who have, quite literally, spent their whole lives honing their craft just for you. Ryan and Saui work with local fishermen and connect guests with the daily catch and best menu options.
Aged with a warm patina throughout, the restaurant seamlessly connects the inside with the outside. We gracefully plateau from the interior bar and dining room space down multiple exterior decks, ending with beachside “feet in the sand” dining options to deliver the perfect epic aloha as only MINA can.
‘As of September 13, 2021, the City & County of Honolulu has implemented a new program, Safe Access Oahu, which requires all guests dining at restaurants and bars, or visiting a spa or fitness facility, to show proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 or a negative COVID-19 test result taken within the previous 48 hours in order to enter the establishment. Children under 12 years old are exempt. Proof of full vaccination includes a hard copy of a state-approved vaccination card; a photograph/digital copy of a state-approved vaccination card; or the Hawaii Safe Travels approved digital/smart device application. Guests may also show proof of a negative COVID-19 test result that is a U.S. FDA emergency use authorization or an approved molecular test, or antigen test taken within 48 hours of entry to the restaurant, bar, spa or fitness center.’
Please note the City & County of Honolulu has also mandated that alcohol may not be consumed after 10PM and any beverages with alcohol must be removed from the table at that time. Mahalo!