Went there for dinner. Had the eel cucumber roll, spicy tuna roll, miso soup, and an appetizer. The miso soup and appetizer were too salty, but everything else was good. I'd go back.
We made reservations to eat here. We ate outside in the alleyway which was nice. The inside seats maybe 15. Everything we ordered was great(rainbow roll, tuna belly, dumplings, sashimi...) I would I back just to have more of that tuna belly.
This hole-in-the-wall is located in an alley (next to Big Wave Dave Surf shack & a musubi store) located behind Hyatt Regency. It's run by a "mom & pop" and they serve quality home-style Japanese food @ reasonable prices. The place is very small, and they can run out of certain dishes quickly. No worries, just ask the "mom" to... More
We stumbled by this restaurant. It's clean and has a small Japanese restaurant feel. We went for lunch once at 2:30 with 2 young kids (4 and 5) and they were very nice. They had kids bowls and stuff. We thought the ramen,/curry combo, pork combo, and chirashi don was very good. The sashimi was very fresh! The price is... More
We'd heard about Hana no Sato as a good place for a great Japanese breakfast via word of mouth, but never got to try it. We went there a few times in the morning, but found it closed. I'm not sure if they stopped serving breakfast or what, but we had no luck with that. We did get there for... More
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