Moderate price Japanese food with fairly extensive menu. Food was not salty like most restaurants but was tasty.
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This is a busy restaurant, a very good flow of customers during the diner time. Menu selection is descent. Staff is friendly and provided a good services. My friends ordered the tempura and were very happy with it. I was not very pleased with the...More
So I was a fan of Tadashi from way back when the sushi chef was at his small shop in downtown Honolulu just outside 1132 Bishop Street. When he moved to Aiea and opened Tadashi years ago I was excited and we frequented the place...More
My family and I ate here for my husbands 50th birthday. We were greeted by the kindest staff and everything was amazing. The sushi was so good, and they were very accommodating to requests and changes! Im not a huge fan of sushi and they...More
We had a 6pm dinner on a Mon. so it wasn't crowded. I had the tempura dinner which was very good & crispy. My wife had the steak which she enjoyed very much. Service was prompt & friendly. The menu had a good selection &...More
My husband & I, along with another couple, had a wonderful lunch on a weekend . The owners work behind the sushi bar and welcome each customer. The owners recognized us as regulars and sent a complimentary appetizer of delicious salmon & pickled cucumbers ....More
I made reservations for a table to celebrate my mom's 88th birthday. We arrived a few minutes early and waited patiently for our table. I overheard someone saying that they took in too many "walk-ins", and they were saving tables for 2 large parties that...More
This place was excellent. The service was amazing and the food was unbelievably good and would have any day and everyday. The tea was good and I didn't eat anything that was not very good. Recommend for anyone.
Our neighbors recommended Tadashi's as the real deal. And it is!! We sat at the bar and talked to the sushi chefs. My husband tried everything they recommended and liked it all except the fatty tuna. That was just a matter of taste and texture...More