Hawaii Mom Blog: Lunch at Ichiriki Japanese Nabe Restaurant - Kaimuki




August 22, 2016

Lunch at Ichiriki Japanese Nabe Restaurant - Kaimuki

Ichiriki recently opened its fourth location in Kaimuki earlier this year. The menu is essentially the same as the other locations, with one major difference ... you should be able to tell from looking at the picture below... 

Yes, that's a conveyor belt, where you can pick and choose your individual nabe items!

So here's how it works: 1) select your broth 2) select your meat, and 3) select your sides. Each item you select is individually priced.

During the lunch service, you can get a complete nabe set (soup of your choice, one serving of meat and assorted sides) for $12.95. This is the way to go if you want a little bit of everything.  

The ala carte items on the conveyor belt are all covered like this one below - very sanitary!

@WeHeartHawaii and I split a lunch set, a side order of rib-eye, a few plates of veggies off of the conveyor belt, udon, and ramen.

It was the perfect meal for two.

Right now Ichiriki Kaimuki is running a summer special - $1 beers, daily from 8PM to closing!

Click the links below to learn about Ichiriki's locations in Aiea and Kaneohe:

Ichiriki Nabe Restaurant - Kaimuki
1127 11th Avenue
Sunday - Thursday    11:00 am - 10:30 pm
Friday - Saturday      11:00 am - 11:30 pm

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