Taken from “Ono O’ahu“:
Lesson 1: Choose where to eat in advance, that way, your stomach is not the one doing the thinking.
Lesson 2: Avoid hotel restaurants. You can get the same dishes for less than the inflated price of what hotel restaurants offer.
Lesson 3: Eat at Sansei Seafood & Steak House if you really must.
To sum up the experience, their service is friendly and fast, and the food is good, but it is your typical Japanese and local fare, which means that we could have had the same dishes we ordered in Sansei at other eateries in the island and find them priced lower.