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In Hawaii, “Ahi” refers to two species, the Bigeye Tuna and the Yellowfin Tuna. Similar in general appearance, the Bigeye may be recognized by its plump body, its larger head and its unusually large eyes. Caught in deeper, cooler water, Bigeye Tuna typically has a higher fat content than Yellowfin and is preferred by sashimi lovers. The majority of Hawaiʻi’s bigeye tuna are caught by deep-set longline fishing gear off shore of Hawaiʻi. The remainder of Hawaiian Bigeye Tuna landings come from handliners and trollers. Peak Bigeye landings occur from October through April. Learn More
ABOUT 3660 ON THE RISE
3660 on the Rise opened its doors in September 1992 by partners Russell Siu and Gale Ogawa. The restaurant name denotes the location of the restaurant at 3660 Waialae Avenue, on the corner of Waialae and Wilhelmina Rise. The 3660 on the Rise logo has been carefully selected, itself being a map of the restaurant's location. The menu at 3660 on the Rise reflects local flavors enhanced with the diverse cuisines of Europe and Asia. The plate presentations reflect many colors with the use of local ingredients. The flavors, a work of art to one's palate. To complement the food, an award-winning wine list with an array of offerings by the glass.
Hours of Operation
5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. | Tuesday - Sunday 5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. | Closed on Mondays
For reservations call (808) 737-1177
Location and Map
3660 Waiʻalae Avenue | Kaimuki | Honolulu, HI 96816