A sad, yet fond farewell to this iconic restaurant. Many happy patrons enjoyed dinners served by professionals in the beautiful setting that was Imari. We miss you!
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This resturant is one of the places to dine and see the sun setting into the ocean. The food is excellent and the service is very good.
Was good but not for the price, two tinny meatballs, two tiny pieces of scallop. Three tiny pieces beef in a bowl of noodles and broth for $30.00. Its their last night and I understand why, hopefully they come up with something that you feel...More
We ate at Imari while staying at the Hilton Waikoloa. We are not big sushi or Asian foodies, so you might want to take that into consideration. Our food was Ok, although I thought it was somewhat expensive. I got the box of 4 things...More
We had reservations and assume we were going to eat at the table with the chef cooking before us... when we got there none of the tables were being used and hostess said they were all reserved, but none for and hour and a half!...More
My wife also questioned the wine as authentically Sonoma-Cutrer even prior to seeing the above post. Thus, perhaps they're not serving what's advertised. She regrets not questioning the source. Skip the rainbow roll. Tiny pieces of fish, especially for the crazy high price. Today, I...More
See other post on Hilton hotel about the wine for a full description but this place either stores their wine badly or is pouring bad wine when you order and pay for good wine.
We loved our visit to Imari. The atmosphere was intimate, slightly outdated, but nice. Their sushi menu was creative and the sushi was so fresh and good. Great presentation as well. It is a little pricey, but the convenience of being on site at the...More
We were thinking of getting a bit dressed-up, you know, formal shorts and polo shirts, but when we passed by it on or way back to our room after a day spent driving to the Volcanoes National Park and saw diners in very casual wear,...More