What this restaurant lacks in ambience it certainly makes up for in quality and value. We're talking about light and crispy tempura; tender, moist teriyaki chicken; and about 25 specialty sushi rolls that, on average, cost a mere $5 per roll. Sushi lovers enjoy the "hospital roll," with shrimp tempura, cream cheese, cucumber, and spicy ahi, and the "volcano roll," akin to a California roll topped with flying-fish eggs, dried fish shavings, green onions, and spicy mayo. Don't let the low price fool you—the service is quick and the food is fresh and filling.
250 Keawe St., Hilo, Hawaii, 96720, United States