Reviews on Cafe food in Kin-cho, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan including Hawaiian Pancakes House Paanilani, Cafe Garamanjyaku, Cafe Restaurant Choraku, Richamocha Cafe, Gold Hall, Fruit StoreTanaka, The Lobby Lounge, La Tida, Cafe The Today, Elly's Cafe
Things to do in Kin-cho
Stopped here for a coffee after lunch nearby. It's a cute little cafe run by a friendly husband and wife team with an attached dive shop. Coffee was good and service was welcoming. Worth a visit if you're in the area.
4 based on 178 reviews
We ate Breakfast and Dinner buffet's here during our stay. The selection available from the buffet was actually pretty good, and the quality of all the food was fine too. Service was typical Japanese and very attentive. The breakfast omelette had 3 specific ingredients every day and they would not change these for others, but the pancakes were always good. Considering it is a Japanese hotel and it was a buffet, overall it was good but it is hard as a buffet to score it more than 3/5. I would suggest for dinner to try one of the other restaurants on site, but for breakfast its quite good.
4 based on 64 reviews
At The Lobby Lounge, guests can enjoy finger foods or partake in the traditional afternoon tea featuring Okinawan taste, and selection of sweets that uses finest local ingredients. The Lounge offers spectacular views of the beautiful emerald green sea ove
Stopped here on the drive from Kouri Island to Naha so that our Daughter could have an afternoon tea set, whilst we had fantastic iced coffees (.....and naturally helped her out a little!). The quality of the food as you would expect was excellent with a good balance of savoury and sweet items. We had the classic set, but there is also an Okinawan set. The view over the 18th green of their Golf course and beyond to the ocean was wonderful. The staff were very attentive.
This cafÃ© is perfect to spend some time at if you are waiting for Manza restaurant just next door to open. We (two europeans) enjoyed a coffee and an iced drink in the sunny porch just by the road. We could really feel the traffic, the muffin sign and the architecture around the crossing smelling of american influence. Coffee was okay and muffin was yummy. Kind of nice indoor as well, perhaps a bit hot though. Convenient wihh a big parking backyard.
Much more than a cafe or restaurant, the Gold Hall could be considered a museum of art.Entering the building you will climb a solid wood staircase, taking you to the second story cafe. Shouts of "Irrashaimase" (Welcome) greet you from the uniformed staff at the counter.They are courteous, smiling and helpful as they determine how best to help you. Group tours visit this site, as well as, individuals and small parties. Reservations may be made in advance but, walk-ins are also welcome.Being a photographer, I prefer traveling by myself and avoiding the tour bus crowds. The Gold Hall besides being a cafe, is a maze of caverns, decorated with hundreds, if not thousands ceramics, pottery and stone or wooden carvings. There are several levels to the caves, some finished as rooms, others in a natural state so, sturdy walking shoes would be recommended if you wish to travel through and see all of it. At different points along the way there are exits from the cave leading outside, to the rear of the cafe property. There are waterfalls, bonsai gardens, a giant Buddha and several varieties of plants and flowers to be seen outside and a staircase leading to the roof of the cafe brings you to a well organized bonsai garden.Normally, I visit during the day and spend a few hours taking photos then, stop by the cafe for a light lunch. Smoking is not permitted in the cafe but, the waitresses point me to the nearest outside smoking exit. The atmosphere is relaxing, cool and there is always soft music playing in the background..As a photographer, my only complaint: It's like Disneyland; too much to see all in one day.
An Internet Cafe along HWY329 in Kin serving bakery goods, coffee, teas, soft drinks and ice creams.
A clean, well-organized Cafe, tended by a friendly, efficient staff. This Cafe has Wi-Fi service for free and even provides for those who prefer to be hard-wired with their laptops. They serve coffee, tea and other non-alcholic beverages as well as pastries. I visited for over a month to use the internet on almost a daily basis. I can't think of anyplace else in town that could provide the same cheerful service. The coffee blends and bubble teas are unbeatable !
This restaurant served the best meal, I've had, so far, this year. Homemade and handmade, the hamburger, covered with gravy and mushrooms, was out of this world delicious. It came with mashed potatoes, soup, salad, rice and cooked vegetables.. The staff are friendly and efficient and the facilities are kept immaculately clean. There are cafe style tables, large dining room tables and chairs, booster chairs for little ones and, a tatami room available, to chose for seating. Outdoors, there is patio seating for those who smoke or, simply want to enjoy the ocean view. A great place to dine with family or friends, I tell everyone, don't pass up a chance to visit this establishment.
4 based on 19 reviews
We provide you with Ryukyu cuisine which long-lived Okinawans used to eat , incorporating with medical herbs and wild flowers in Okinawa . An article on us "The herb diet of Okinawa's long-living elders" ,The Japan Times, JUL,8,2016 Youtube "The Secret Re
Superior service would best describe this vegetarian experience. Having no clue that I had entered a veggie spot (I am not a vegetarian) I learned about it when I told the owner, I am allergic to shellfish. That's when I was told, not to worry. There's no fish or meat on the menu.Everything served was a vegetable, herb, flower, or some sort of plant and most of the food is grown on the owner's property, in the beautiful gardens surrounding the place.It was all delicious!The owner, Mrs. Yamashiro, was very attentive to our needs and chatted with us throught our visit. She allowed us to take photos of the entire buildling and grounds and even offered umbrellas for us to use when it began raining.The building is a traditional wooden, red tiled roof, Okinawan home. The furnishings give you the feeling, you have visited someones private residence centuries ago. This place is a treasure.The only difficulty we had was with the menu. It is only in Japanese but, has some small photos of the food available. Sometime, soon, I will return and give the place some assistance with larger photos and a wee bit of translation because, it was a very enjoyable experience.
4 based on 213 reviews
Please wake up little bit early and enjoy the Hawaiian local pancakes!
I had the locomoco which is beef patty. The place is quite small and helmed by 5 staff but it was cosy and service was good.Pancake was fluffy and soft but i could only finish 1 out of 2. Good change from the usual noodles we been eating daily.
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