Ichiriki: Japanese Nabe Restaurant

(Sorry there hasn’t been much writing in the last few posts – am simply trying to catch up…I’ve already been back in Manhattan for over three weeks! :)

Monday, 5:30pm @ Ichiriki on Pi’ikoi Street

Empty upon arrival, full house by 8:00pm.

Spicy Ahi Shoyu Poke

Cucumber Salad

Calamari

Ichiriki Paper Nabe

Pirikara Spicy Nabe

Both nabe sets came with a similar vegetable and meat combination, orders vary according to broth and meat preference.

Mmmm, so nicely marbled…

Nabe sets range from about $20 – $50, depending on the cut of meat, the quality of food is a fair match to the prices.

Working, working…

Almost pau!

The meal concludes with the option of fresh udon…

…or ramen noodles to be cooked in the concentrated broth.

Ichiriki

510 Pi’ikoi Street

Honolulu, HI 96814

(808) 589-2299

7 Comments
  • genkitummy
    June 23, 2008

    i love ichiriki! the spicy nabe broth is so good! oh and the udon noodles!

  • anonymous
    June 23, 2008

    my family loves ichiriki!! everytime my nephews are home from the mainland we all go!! So ono!!

  • K & S
    June 23, 2008

    another place I haven’t been…looks great though!

  • anonymous
    June 23, 2008

    This is one of my all time favorites! I love the Kim Chee Nabe but my absolute favorite is to brown up the Tsukune before making Sukiyaki in the pan and then get frozen Udon noodles at the end. The frozen noodles really soak up the concentrated sauce and the browned Tsukune adds Umami.Now I know where we are eating Tuesday!Alan from Makiki

  • Reid
    June 25, 2008

    Kathy,I love this place! I tried the croquette once and it was huge!

  • anonymous
    June 30, 2008

    Does anyone happen to know if Ichiriki offers gift certificates for purchase?

  • anonymous
    November 24, 2008

    We do offer gift certificates in fact :) Thanks for all the great comments!

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