Stopped by around 130pm, the place was so busy we needed to wait for 30 mins for our order. Well worth it. Not much seating, so plan to take it back home or to the beach to enjoy.
I've been getting sushi here every time I'm on the Big Island for the last few years and it never disappoints. It doesn't look like it would be great from the outside which just appears to be a run down shack but don't be put off by that because the food is absolutely delicious (my favourite is the Kai Roll)... 更多
Sneak up the alley. Hidden behind a wall is the place that locals go to for big plates of sushi. Ask people sitting outside if you aren't sure about how to order. This place is tiny, and locals call in orders, so they close up while filling these orders. Pay attention and be patient and polite (so Japanese!) (don't leave... 更多
As a vegetarian, I ordered Inari, an avocado roll, and a vegetable roll. The pieces were HUGE and the rice was cooked perfectly. The avocado roll melted in my mouth. Tough to find, but there is no better value on the island.
You need to find this little sushi place tucked behind Alii Dr. Only 3 people allowed inside, because it is tiny. Before I placed my order, I was told it would be 45 minutes to an hour wait, but that was fine. Went for a walk along Alii and the water. Came back, and it was closed until 12:15, but... 更多
I found out about this great little sushi place on tripadvisor and was so glad I did. yes it is a little hard to find, but worth looking for. We happened to be shopping in Kona on a Wednesday when a cruise shop had docked. While the rest of the area was a little crowded with cruise passengers, however You... 更多