10 Restaurant Chains That Serve the Best Ahi Tuna

Eddie V's Prime Seafood

Eddie V's Prime Seafood offers three unique ahi tuna dishes. On the appetizer menu, you can try its ahi tuna tartare with avocado, mango, citrus with light curry, and sesame oil.

Bonefish Grill

The menu at Bonefish Grill features many of the popular ways of preparing and serving ahi tuna, including the tuna poke bowl.

Yard House

Restaurant chain Yard House has locations across America, serving a menu filled with small bites, salads, sandwiches, and plates. Ahi tuna fans will be pleased to see the fish appear several times on its menu, not only as an appetizer but as multiple entrée options.

Chart House

You can certainly order a great steak dinner at Chart House, but that's not necessarily why customers love it. The restaurant's menu is primarily built on a foundation of great seafood options, including its selection of ahi tuna.

Legal Sea Foods

Legal Sea Foods has several locations in the Boston area. Tuna aficionados will be pleased to see a few different options on the menu, starting with the nori-chili crusted yellowfin tuna.

McCormick & Schmick's

McCormick & Schmick's is known for serving high-quality seafood, which extends to its ahi tuna. Many locations feature the fish as both an appetizer and an entrée.

Ocean Prime

For a signature seafood dining experience, head to Ocean Prime. The chain excels at fish- and steak-centric dishes, including ahi tuna. You'll find ahi tuna in a few menu items, like the ahi tuna tartare with avocado, ginger ponzu, and sesame seeds.

Truluck's

Seafood chain Truluck's has locations in several states across the U.S., including Texas, Florida, Illinois, and Washington, D.C. You'll find all the usual seafood suspects and yellowfin tuna on the menu.

Seamore's

Seafood chain Seamore's offers two different ahi tuna options on the menu. It has a yellowfin tuna poke with ponzu, avocado, peanut, crispy shallots, and scallions, as well as seared sesame tuna with ginger scallion rice, bok choy, napa cabbage, and honey-kimchi glaze.

Smith & Wollensky

Seafood restaurants are the most likely suspects when looking for ahi tuna, but a small selection of signature steakhouse chains also include the fish on their menus.

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