Fish is very fresh and served in large portions. It's obviously famous, from the walls of celebrities pictures. Personally, if you're looking for GREAT quality sushi, this is not the place. But then again this is the only sushi restaurant I've tried in Oahu. The menu is extensive if you don't care for sushi at all. They serve a full range of Japanese cuisine. They serve noodles, steak, shabu-shabu and a lot more.
Reasonable price. You can dine here affordably or extravagantly. Reservations are recommended as you might have to wait - always crowded any night of the week. Service is fast. The restaurant is open late night, I believe until 2am. Casual dining.
Favorite Dish: I had the combination dinner (sashimi, tempura and butter fish on miso sauce). The combination dinner comes with rice, miso soup, salad and dessert. It's a lot of food and they're all good. The choices for the combination is extensive.