2233 Kalakaua Avenue, Suite 304, Honolulu, HI 96815 Directions
Doraku Waikiki creates a truly authentic experience, and the restaurant is modeled after an Izakaya, a Japanese gastropub. The restaurant is an Izakaya serving food that is intended to be shared between friends. Their menu consists of a combination of common items such as sushi and more innovative fusion dishes. Doraku is a restaurant, bar, and meeting place to celebrate Japanese cuisine, drinks, and hospitality. They are located in the Royal Hawaiian Center.
Vegetable Tempura, Spicy Salmon Roll, Veggie Roll, Doraku Tuna Tataki, Asari Clam Miso Soup, Ginger Chicken Teriyaki, Albacore Tataki, Dynamite Donburi, Tsukemono, Salmon Carpaccio, Grilled King Oyster Mushroom, Seafood Poke, Natto Seafood Poke, Ahi Poke, Tofu Poke Salad, Seaweed Salad, Green Salad, Hamachi Carpaccio & Warm Tofu Kale Salad
Price: Starts from $3.95
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762 Kapiolani Boulevard, Honolulu, HI 96813 Directions
Yanagi Sushi is the No.1 sushi restaurant in Hawaii that serves the highest quality Japanese food in Hawaii to residents and tourists worldwide since 1978. Their owner-chef Haruo Nakayama is formally educated in sushi head in Tokyo, Japan. He is considered the guy who never loses the Neta's freshness to the sushi he 's making. The customers will continue to return to the freshest local net (ingredients), range of menus, and atmosphere at Yanagi Sushi. Their list includes traditional sushi using local fish like Ahi (Tuna) and much other fresh fish. The fusion-style sushi and cooking are also included.
Chicken Teriyaki and Cutlet, BBQ Beef, Short Ribs, Broiled Eel, The Dynamite, Baked Oyster, Salmon, Maguro, Salmon Kama, Hamachi Kama, Shishamo, Mackerel, Butterfish, Shrimp, Fish and Vegetable, Mix Tempura, Fried Shrimp, Fried Ahi, Salmon and Gyoza Oyster, Tonkatsu, Fried Chicken Wings & Mango Sherbet
Price: Starts from $2.50
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1417 South King Street, Honolulu, HI 96814 Directions
Sushi Sasabune aims to create a sushi experience like never before and using as much local Hawaiian fish and produce as possible to create a unique 'Hawaii-man' sushi-style. Sushi Sasabune was first opened in 1997 by their Chef and owner Seiji Kumagawa to bring an authentic 'Omakase' style sushi experience to Hawaii. The restaurant specializes in nigiri made from cold fish and spicy sushi rice. Sushi Sasabune strives to highlight the full amount of local seafood in Hawaii. Their 'Omakase' is built to be versatile and exclusive to each customer, as there is no set price or fixed choice choices. They feature a meal between 13 and 14 courses, usually between 100 and 150 per person. Every course is ready to be eaten as is, dressed already, and seasoned appropriately.
Y-Tail and Negitoro Roll, Yuzu Omoi, Butter Fish, Eel Roll, Dassai, Lobster Sashimi, Baby Squid, Umekanaon, Baked Lobster, Monk F.Liver, Mizabasho, Crab Roll, Denshin Rin, Cooked Y-Tail, Umeshiso Roll, Koshino Kanbai, Begin-Begin, Sake Jello, Red Bean, Dewazakura, Shochikubai, Hakkaisan, Kurosawa, Otokoyama, Kamoizumi, Kubota Manju & Senshin
Price: Starts from $1.50