Definitely will return to this family-run restaurant next time I'm in Hilo. I asked the lady who took our order the difference between small and large saimin bowls. She smilingly said, "The small is sufficient." True! I couldn't finish the generous portion of traditional saimin topped with house-grilled char siu, wontons, egg strips, fish cake, & bok choy served in hot broth, plus bamboo-skewered grilled beef served separately When we left, the lady (who was then making wontons) asked if her advice was correct. I thanked her for advising us.
Near the front door, read some of the framed articles about Nori's, plus many awards This modest restaurant is famous!
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