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You know, I don't know how one sushi place can taste better than another. It's just raw fish. But somehow this place did it. It's small, maybe room for 20-30 people max, and seems to only be run by the chef and his wife. It's...More
While the interior may look cute and kitschy, this little joint next to Kihei mainstay Fabiani’s serves up seriously good sushi. It is a two-person “ohana,” as their signs say (the husband is a very experienced sushi chef, and the wife handles waiter duties), which...More
Really good sushi. Great personable vibe. Feels like your a guest in their home. Didn't have a thing we didn't like. You can go traditional nigiri or get crazy with rolls. If there's one roll i could eat for the rest of my life its...More
We went based on the recommendations from this site, and it did not disappoint. From the moment we walked in with the relaxing music to the greetings by the hostess, it was a perfect dining experience. I was a little apprehensive based on the fact...More
Sushi is the specialty at this husband and wife operation. They serve up very fresh, very hard to find selections. When I was there I had the octopus. Not the flash frozen variety that most sushi bars serve, but the fresh from Japan variety. The...More
Had a wonderful dinner at this restaurant - very fresh and excellent presentation, reasonably priced and run solely by the owners (couple and wife). Definitely make reservations if you plan on going and eating there as we saw numerous people turned away (even though there...More