Kaku roam the crystal clear blue open oceans around the Hawaiian Islands and are rarely seen near shore. Kaku is rich in a natural oil that lends itself well to grilling. The meat is a cross between mahi and sea bass.
Very popular in Mediterranean cooking applications and stewed or marinated dishes.
Translucent Pink to White with
Oil Content & Texture:
High Oil. Lean. Snapper-like flake structure
Clean Ocean Flavors
Raw/Sashimi Character: Color, Oil, Texture Flavor:
Crisp crunch like a peeled apple.
Waitstaff Selling Feature:
Kaku is very rare and very aggressive. On the top of their food chain, Kaku has a unique flavor that is clean and complex