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October 23, 2010 at 3:03 pm #30598
You are on the island of Maui and your looking for that one stop
sushi experience that will have you bragging to your friends,
family, and co-workers back home? Look no further as I have found
your answer. If you want get away from your typical fast paced
sushi bar with a menu designed for your elementary sushi lover
please seek elsewhere. If however you appreciate a small scale
sushi bar with extra personal attention and probably the freshest
fish in all of Hawaii, please read on.
What makes it so special is the sheer relaxation you will feel
upon entering this place. I took advice from tripadvisor.com on
this place and I am glad I did so. There are less than 10 seats.
The small menu is written on a dry erase board. Your seated right
at the base of where your sushi is made. Instead of picking items
off the menu however, I highly suggest that you just leave your
meal up to the sushi chef. Make sure also not to miss the Uni as
it is probably the most amazing ocean exploding surprise your
mouth and stomach will never forget.
It is highly recommended to make a reservation at this place.
Just during my visit alone there were 6 people that were turned
away. I made one about a week before I showed up. There are
literally less than a dozen seats here. It is a very personal and
relaxing place to go to that is tucked away from your busy
comparable nearby eateries. Although it can be expensive, one can
eat here comfortably as well by limiting their own sushi options.
However to truely experience this place, I suggest just leaving
your meal in the hands of the sushi chef.
The Uni and the toro. For those of you who aren’t too familiar
with sushi terms, simply sea urchin and blue fin tuna. Get the
sashimi and you will have the freshest sushi your mouth and
stomach has ever had. It is not to be missed! Also the wide
variety of saki should not be overlooked. Hawaii is where you
should try something new that you won’t typically see on the
mainland.November 4, 2010 at 11:54 pm #31475
wow that was a lot to read lol, but now i want sushi…..good call
i still think that the best sushi is located in Tahiti…..at least thats where my favorite sushi dining experience was lolDecember 8, 2010 at 9:22 am #31474
My favorite shushi is the Kani Roll, but I’m intrigued on the Uni and toro so I won’t miss it when I go to Hawaii. Thanks