Reviews on Japanese food in Haebaru-cho, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan including Sumanume, Ryukyu Sabo Ashibiuna, Sobadokoro Tamaya Honten, Shuri Soba, Inaka Public Market Minami, Yunangi, Sui Don Chi, Ayagu Shokudo, Syuri Horikawa, Taste of Okinawa
Things to do in Haebaru-cho
5 based on 93 reviews
This was a great experience if you are traveling alone or with others. Zooey introduces the class to the culture and cuisine of Okinawa quite well. I took my father (83 yrs old) who doesnât cook and he had the time of his life. This is very hands on and practical. We made soba noodles from scratch! I would try to book this early in the trip as it gives travelers insight into the culture of Okinawa thatâs useful. The beer is extra, but quite delicious. I would like to go back to eat at the restaurant, I bet it is fantastic.
4 based on 62 reviews
The restaurant is pretty hard to find but it worth it.The food is of good quality and no overpriced. You ll get a full set for 1k yens. In one sentence: do not hesitate!
4 based on 92 reviews
This place serves up some really awesome dishes. I had the stir-fried tofu set and it was easily one of the best dishes Iâve had in Okinawa. The English menu is smaller and actually not that clear to refer to but you could still get by with some gestures and pointing. The old ladies there are really friendly too.
4 based on 71 reviews
The restaurant is right at the start of the stone path road. It was really delicious, but most of all a relaxing and peaceful traditional Japanese dining experience. The Koi pond was beautiful, and the decor outside using antique rice presses in the gardens made the experience great. All traditional seating, shoes off, and English menu.
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 157 reviews
Super friendly owner with 390 yen recommended Okinawa soba!The pork was absolutely tasty, the soup is different with traditional Tokyo ramen, it is more clear and light taste...The shop located in a very hidden street, you need to spend some time to find it, also it is very small and traditional Japanese style dinner, with tatami seat.
4 based on 269 reviews
Ate at Shuri Soba after visiting Shuri castle. The woman in charge was super friendly and spoke a little English. No English menu but there are some pictures and only a few choices so not a problem ordering. We had the soba, a rice bowl and a plate of stewed meat, tofu and veggies. All delicious at a reasonable price.
4 based on 73 reviews
Very casual Okinawa soba restaurant with one of those automatic machines where you put in money and make your selection. The interior is split in two: one side with Tatami and low tables, and the other with long tables with stools. It was full of locals, so I knew it had to be good. Minutes after sitting down, my order arrived. There are basically 3 choices of meats, 3-mai niku (pork belly), soki (spare rib) and tebichi (feet). I got âmixedâ in large, which is the middle size between small and extra noodles, and a side of jushi, a mixed rice of sorts that is unique to Okinawa. Was a bit disappointed that my âmixâ only had 2 types of meat, excluding the feet but one bite of the chewy noodles and all was forgiven. In addition to the usual ginger, this place had bowls of yomogi so you can freely top your bowls with the fragrant herb. At one point a large group with a grandpa in a wheelchair came so they asked me to move over. I really didnât mind but the nice waiter gave me a free sachel of handmade chinskou (okinawa cookies) as a gift. Like I said, very casual, very friendly, and very delicious!
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.
4 based on 142 reviews
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