Returning after a long visit our family decided we wouldn't be going back. Unfortunately the flavors and value has significantly changed
This is our favorite spot for lunch or dinner on our annual vacation! Try the "iron pot" it is great, or one of the combos. Nice family run place that has been there since my dad was a kid. Highly recommended if you want to see the real Kona.
This place was exactly what we wanted in Hawaii. An historic, family-owned Japanese comfort food bargain oasis in the midst of the pineapple laden expensive tourist cuisine you find everywhere else in the Islands. We ordered everything (almost) and is was all good. Saimin, pupu platter, all great!
I have been going to Teshima's since the 90's and it has continued to deliver excellent authentic Japanese in a homey relaxed atmosphere.
I always stop by Teshima's when I visit the Big Island. Don't think anything has changed with the decor in fifty years. The restaurant is a hand me down generation to generation sort of place, so you will feel the nostalgia when you enter. Prices are excellent, food is 'comforting'.
Best miso soup ever. Restaurant was recommended by friend in California. Lots of history and family owned/operated. Very nice service. The food was reasonably priced and delicious. I had the sashimi plate and loved it. My husband had a seafood dish that he loved. We plan on going back. Also another family member has a Japanese restaurant in Kailua that... 更多
This is a neat place. I suggest everyone go. There seems to be a lot of history in this establishment. The place has been around forever. Locals frequent the place. Overall, the food is okay. The prices range from reasonable to less than reasonable. I got the fried rice omelet with miso soup. I thought it lacked flavor. My wife... 更多
Some friends brought us here to try one of their favorite places to eat. Food was good, traditional style of Japanese food. Nothing fancy but just the way the old folks used to get it.
Long time, no frills family restaurant. Limited parking but worth seeking out given the variety of food offerings. Especially recommend the Teishoku dinner options. Lots of Japanese guests confirming the authenticity of the cuisine.
An old school place that closes after lunch to get the dinner service ready. The food is great, but for sure look at your watch before you decide to go here.