Love the okazuya. Very affordable and the food is very good. Some of my favorites include chow fun, corned beef hash, hot dogs, gobo and the sushi.
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I wouldn't recommend this place. The food is okay, nothing special for the price. Too expensive and the service is not that good. They used to be good, I don't know what happened. Maybe new management... Go to their Honolulu restaurant. It's a lot better!
One of the few remaining old school local Japanese restaurants, the other being Gyotaku. Many "aunties" have been working decades here, dressed in their classic yukatas and graciously making you feel at home. Their teishoku dishes offer generous portions at reasonable prices, inclusive of miso...More
I have seen "Setsuko" start years ago at Kabuki. She was a nervous, scared and "bumbling waitress ". Over the years, I have watched her progress into an Awesome waitress. It's been so long since we had lunch at Kabuki Restaurant and Delicatessen. We adopted...More
Kabuki restaurant in Aiea is hidden in a small shopping mall in Aiea, near Pearl City, Hawaii. It has been there for many decades and is a favorite of local residents. The food is great and the service is second to none. There are several...More
The food here could be better. I ordered the teriyaki salmon and it had no taste. The prices are a little steep. I would recommend the Kabuki in town. Honolulu location on Kapiolani. Food taste better but steep prices. The shrimp tempura is good. The...More
It is definitely a mom and pop joint that caters mostly to locals. The atmosphere inside is cozy. Teishoku is similar to a Bento, but more food. Some greens, tempura fried veggies and shrimp, sashimi or oden, and the main choice. The main choice can...More
Kabuki is mostly frequented by local residents who enjoy ample Japanese home cooked style meals. The restaurant is nothing fancy, but the food is ample and tasty. The atmosphere is that of family dining, and some of the furniture could use refurbishing. Try their fried...More