Go from the 13th century to the 21st in one day in Naha. Its ancient Ryukyu Kingdom centerpiece, Shuri Castle, has been restored and is the city's top tourist attraction. Meanwhile, on Kokusai-dori (International Boulevard), the pace never lets up as locals and tourists hop from restaurants to bars to nightclubs.
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4 based on 234 reviews
Awesome broth, firm nooldes and delicious pork! Very different from the Mainland type, Shuri Soba offers a staple of Okinawan cuisine that you'll not forget. Rich taste, but light on the stomach and the wallet this is a great spot to try one of the Islands most famous meals.
Only a few minutes from Shuri Castle it's a perfect break after or before exploring the castle area.
Sit down, slurp your noodles and enjoy some Okinawan culture!
4.5 based on 287 reviews
We walked past on our return from Shuri castle walking to Shuri station.
Decided to try the food. A Japanese couple were obviously enjoying their pig trotters soba, slurping and muttering oishi.
Personally we didnt find the food extra ordinary. In Tokyo it would be considered average cafe food. But fast service and nice garden
4.5 based on 465 reviews
For traditional Okinawan cuisine, this is the real deal. Small restaurant but big on the quality of the food. Everything here is tasty. Go for the noodles with pork ribs, sea squid with noodles, sea grapes and don't forget the pork belly.The lady serving us spoke English so you wont have difficulty ordering the food.
Located on a side street just off the famous Kokusai Dori Shopping belt. Skip the restaurants on this stretch just make a beeline for Yunangi. You wont regret it!
4 based on 155 reviews
Went down after no one answered the phone thinking it was busy. It is located in a commercial port area. But alas it looked like it has closed down in quite a while. Dont waste your time.
4 based on 1 reviews
This is not fine dining, but a refreshing place for having a meal. Filled with locals and lively. I suppose for the locale $25.00 for a steak is a great price. The steak was well cooked and tender, but they need to put some type of seasoning on it. Just salt and pepper before you cook it would raise the level of this steak so much. It was pretty bland. The salad was fresh and the garlic bread what you would want. A large beer on tap for 500¥ was a good deal. The only real heartburn I have with Jacks is the "soup". Honestly it reminded me of the glue you would make in grade school. No idea what it was supposed to be or taste like. They only take cash so bring it with you. Not bad, but I question the current standing on TA for Naha.
4 based on 210 reviews
This restaurant along the National Route 58 offers every kind of local dishes 24h/24h for 365 days.
Of course reasonably priced and not al but most of them are tasty.
But I wonder why the taste of one dishes changes sometimes.
Anyway my favorite dish here is Fuu Champuru
Champuru means here mixed grilled of vegetables with something like piece of french toastd made of wheat gluten and egg.
Maybe you imagine anything else what I want to mean.
Not only here but also at almost all restaurants you can have it.
So pelase try it when you are in Okinawa.
4.5 based on 114 reviews
4 based on 226 reviews
I stumbled in here on a whim. The outside food display offered some nice choices. Inside, a mix of tables and counter-style Seating is available. I was offered an English menu. I enjoyed sautéed eggplant (absolutely delicious), beef and tofu in a delicious brown sauce. A rice bowl and miso soup cane with the main dish. Prices are very reasonable (I paid 650¥). Service was quick and the three ladies cooking obviously put their heart into their food. Real comfort food in a pleasant and relaxed atmosphere.
4 based on 110 reviews
Thought there wouldn't be good specialty restaurants on major shopping streets, but I was wrong.
The soba (Okinawa Soba, which is different from other Soba of Japan) is so tender and chewy, and the broth is so tasteful.
The restaurant isn't facing the main street so it's a little bit hard to find. Just remember it's in the alley, so make a turn and it's about 30 feet down.
4.5 based on 111 reviews
Bought the small brown sugar cake for 1190. The way these cakes are make is pretty fascinating and you can watch how it's made right at their front door. Every laker is baked separately. Wonderful find for one of the nearly cakes I've tasted.
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