Honolulu and Oahu Restaurants



Imanas Tei Review

Nihonjin (Japanese nationals) and locals flock to this tucked-away, bamboo-ceilinged restaurant for its tasteful, simple decor and equally tasteful—and perfect—sushi, sashimi, nabe (hot pots prepared at the table), and grilled dishes. You assemble your meal dish by dish, and the cost can add up if you aren't careful. Reservations are taken only for 5 to 7 pm; after that, there's always a line, so go early or very late. The parking lot is the size of a handkerchief.

    Restaurant Details

  • Credit cards accepted.
  • No lunch. Closed Sun.
Updated: 01-17-2014

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