Reviews on Asian food in Ginowan, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan including Ryukyu Sabo Ashibiuna, Umichika Shokudo, Tedako, Yunangi, Taiwan Shaochi Karen, Kinpaginpa, RIDER'S GARAGE CAFE & DINER, Tantantei Minami Uebara, Aguncha, Mikado
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4 based on 305 reviews
Mikado was a nice local eatery run by four older ladies cooking up some simple Okinawan meals along with the usual Japanese dishes. The retro vibe of the place was inviting and had an authentic feel. The Okinawan soki soba (noodles with pork rib topping) had pretty big chunk of ribs and the tofu champuru (stir fried tofu) was a good alternative to goya champuru (bitter melon stir fry). Katsudon (fried pork fillet over rice) was also filling and tasty.
4 based on 102 reviews
Had the best dinner in our Okinawa visit here in Aguncha Restaurant. This restaurant comes highly recommended by other reviewers and we werenât disappointed. Rather than ordering a la cat, we took advantage of their 2,000yen 7-course set dinner. Every dish was delicious and wonderfully presented. The set dinner enabled us to tried several Okinawa special cuisines - Agu Pork, sea grapes, Okinawa bitter melon, parrot fish sashimi, grilled fish etc. Quantity was more than sufficient but you wonât be overstuffed. Every dish was excellently prepared, presented and served in a steady but leisurely pace. We didnât feel rushed. The best thing was that there was an English Menu, most serving staff can speak excellent English and genuinely happy to serve us. The experience made the whole meal feel special. At the end, the restaurant even gave each of us a pair of chopsticks as souvenir. Aguncha is a small restaurant. Reservation is a must. It is very close to the Tomari pier. The set dinner required at least 3 persons in order to order.
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Really Cool Cafe & Diner in a huge garage! The friendly staff serve a variety of mouth watering cuisine along with a wide assortment of drinks. You are guaranteed to find a few favorites. The atmosphere is light, easy and family friendly! You and your you
Really enjoyed my lunch at Rider's, a spacious and well decorated cafe serving very satisfying food in generous portions - I had the Seafood Gumbo with a fresh lemonade and it was just yummy. But the highlight is definitely the amazing car / truck / bike collection displayed in the cafe, truly like a small museum and that's probably unique in Okinawa. The owner nicely took time to introduce me with each piece and its history. Great experience and will be back soon at dinner time as the atmosphere must be cool in the evening too!
4 based on 130 reviews
Really nice and cozy izikaya. English menu available and also English pretty well spoken. If you only want ramen they have a small separated room dedicated to ramen consumers. Tatami and tables are available. The food is delicious and the service is friendly. Close to the American Village but not a touristic spot.I enjoyed my dinner a lot!Don't forget to park ONLY at the AEON parking cause other parking lots aren't for Kinpaginpa customers!!
4 based on 29 reviews
The food is delicious, if you leave here without having the Xiao Long Bao and the Smoked Duck Breasts, you are a criminal. These are the most amazing flavors and you won't be disappointed. It's first come first serve, so don't be surprised if there is a wait.
4 based on 556 reviews
We had such a great experience at Yunangi. We were lucky that we arrived at around 6.30pm on a Saturday night, and only had to wait about 10 mins before being seated. We were given one of the tables on the raised floor which was fun. Whilst waiting we had ordered and so food started to arrive soon after we had been seated.We got a few dishes to share and all were excellent. The miso pork was very good with a real depth of flavour and succulent meat. We also had a lovely tofu dish with mwat, which was my favourite, and a few other stir fried dishes which were equally good.By the time we were finishing our meal, the queue was out the door which showed how popular the place is. We were really pleased with our meal and so happy to have tried some fantastic Okinawan cuisine.
4 based on 44 reviews
Tedako is a busy Okinawa soba restaurant and understandably so. We were about 5th in line to get in on a Sunday at around 1.30, but the queue shortened fast and we were soon seated with well thumbed menus in English. The food came promptly and was delicious. My kind of place. Excellent!
4 based on 110 reviews
English review is avaliable after the japanese one.æ¯å¹´å¤ã«æ²ç¸ã«æ»ã£ã¦ã¯æ¬ ãããããé£å ããããæµ·è¿é£å ããã¨ã³ã£ããããããã¨ã¯æãã¾ãããå³ã¯æªããªããé°å²æ°ãã·ã³ãã«ã§ã¨ã¦ãå¥½ãã§ããå¤æ®µãããªãå®ããå¤ã¯å¤ã§é£ã¹ãã¨æãããããã¾ãããä¸çªã®ãå§ãã¯ãã£ã±ãæ²ç¸ãªãã§ãã®ã½ã¼ããã°ã§ãï¼æãå¤ã®æ¥ã«ããé£ã¹ã¦ã¨ãã«ã®ã¼ãã¤ãã¾ããEvery summer when I came back in Okinawa I go to Umichika Shokudou (witch mean "cafeteria close from the sea). Food isn't the best in the island but it's good enough and the atmosphere of the place is simple but agreeable. In summer maybe eating in the outside would be pretty hot but this also is a good "Okinawa" experience. My choice in Umichika is the "Sooki Soba", a hot soba soup with meat. Delicius!
4 based on 355 reviews
Housed in a traditional Okinawa building, you can have a meal facing the garden; the whole atmosphere was good. Food wise was average - had the set with soba (this is more akin to chinese noodles than ramen, with pork soup broth), some appetizers, and jyushi (mixed rice). Expect to wait around 15 to 20 minutes during peak lunch hours.
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