Honolulu and Oahu Restaurants



Izakaya Nonbei

Izakaya Nonbei Review

Teruaki Mori designed this pub to put you in mind of a northern inn in winter in his native Japan, and it is one of the most traditional of Honolulu's izakaya. Dishes not to miss—aji tataki (seared, vinegar-marinated jack mackerel topped with ginger), karei kara-age (delicate deep-fried flounder); dobinmushi (mushroom consommé presented in a teapot); fried gobo (burdock) chips; and crab, avocado, and bacon salad. And for a refreshing novelty, get the frozen sake. Open until 1:30 am on Friday and Saturday, it's good for a late-night bite.

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Updated: 01-17-2014

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