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Wednesday, 09 September 2009

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skye

That looks really delicious! I think, though, that's onion on top of the salmon, unless sashimi has gone through a bit of translation between Japan and Hawaii...
I'm just glad they don't serve nori-chos anywhere I know of. They look really dangerous to be around.
Thanks for posting, I really enjoy reading your blog!

Rachel @ boots in the oven

Skye, you might be right - see, this is why I need to get on blogging much earlier, I start forgetting things! I don't remember there being a very strong onion flavor, but they could have been soaked in something, or just not a very strong onion. Thanks so much!

Su-Lin

That's some of the prettiest izakaya food I've seen. The restaurant looks very crowded though - how was it in terms of ambience? Hope it wasn't too loud. But I might wave that aside for the foooood - the nori-chos look so good!

Rachel @ boots in the oven

Su-Lin, it was totally wonderful! The tables were a bit crowded together - you could hear your neighbors' conversation if you cared to - but I don't remember the place being all that loud. I wouldn't call the ambience romantic, but it was definitely fun!

RONW

Hi Rachel, I'm not into restaurants so I've never been there myself even if I can see the restaurant from my lanai (balcony). They're supposedly among the first izakaya restaurants in Honolulu.

Rachel @ boots in the oven

RONW, I'd definitely recommend them! All the food you see above, plus three rounds of drinks, was $84 (not including tip). Seems pretty reasonable, and if you go with friends you could try a lot of things! (and without booze, it would be even cheaper!)

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