sushi in Waikiki is very expensive, but there was a great selection of it here, and if you like sushi you'll love the poke(pronounced pokey) chunks of ahi tuna in different marinades soooo good. I don't usually eat deep fried things but the tempura prawns were in a light crispy batter and were very fresh. crab cakes(a bit greasy) had shrimp in them too and with a little wasabi in the tarter sauce were great. my sister enjoyed the crab and egg soup.went here twice and would recommend this place to anybody who likes fish, sushi, fried rice, noodles.
But wouldn't recommend to my meat and potato friends
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