The restaurant is known for "uni spagheti", which is a must-try. The spagheti is done just right, not too soft nor too hard. The sauce is flavorful and of the right consistency. It's thick enough to coat the spagheti strand yet not sticky or junky. I had scallop risotto which is also excellent. The scallop is fresh and the sauce is tasty but not too buttery. The combination of Hawaiin music with Japanese/Italian dishes was amazing.
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