Located in the same spot for more than a generation, this classic Japanese restaurant is an old-time island favorite. The restaurant is located across ... More
Located in the same spot for more than a generation, this classic Japanese restaurant is an old-time island favorite. The restaurant is located across the street from the Kapalama Canal with an exterior that is done in a traditional tea house fashion. The menu offers a collection of traditional selections that keeps the locals returning repeatedly. The sushi is always fresh and tasty, and other favorites include the teishoku (set meal) and udon (thick noodles). The prices are a little high, but the portions are generous. There is free parking adjacent to the entrance and even more in the rear. -Lottie Tagupa
I think the previous reviewer seems extremely harsh. I have been going to Ideta for many years and the food and service have been very good. There have been times when they were overbooked and we could not get a table; or the sushi bar was full and we did not have a reservation. However the quality of the food is as good as the average Japanese restaurant in Honolulu. Parking is plentiful. The sushi bar is excellent with fresh ingredients and traditional (not the nouveau sushi type of bar). I would recommend the restaurant highly.
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