This mainstay of Japanese cuisine in Waikiki has flourished for more than four decades, so it seemed time to try it last March. We have eaten lunch here the past two trips to Waikiki, and each was very good, both in food quality and value. Last year, the kalbi was superb, and my wife enjoyed the hokke (mackerel). This year, my tempura udon was excellent, and my wife liked the Queen Bento box as well. Their chicken teriyaki was notably more like most restaurants' yakitori in flavor and juiciness, and the portion size was generous. We looked at the dinner menu, which was more varied but also looked markedly more expensive for teishoku.