So, this isn't a bad place per se, but it isn't a place I'd say there is authentic sushi either. You're not going to get a bento box etc and I think that is what they are going for. We went here because the Island Grill was closed. The prices were unbelievable, even for lunch, for example. $14 for a roll i think with ono encrusted with mac nuts (that didn't stick to the roll). $14 for a chicken barbecue sandwich, which I'm not sure is anywhere near japanese, with an obviously store bought roll. I don't think you can get out of anywhere in Hawaii under $40 (except for the cool hole in the wall mexican joint down the road on Hawi! go there, they gave my kid a free quesadilla!) but I was disappointed with the choices and value. No tempura. Maybe I'm not as high brow as the clientele they are looking for, but I've had a lot of good sushi, and this was ok to meh. I wish we would have left after I saw the menu, but we gave it a try as it was our last meal in Hawaii.
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