Had an amazing dinner, in fact it was so good that we went the next day again. Garlic tofu and sashimi are fantastic. Strongly recommend to book in advance, it’s very busy.
We booked a table days in advance and arrived early as we read all the reviews. Upon entering it was a cloud of smokers, airport lounge-like. We sat at our table and looked over the options. The smokers were so intense we had to excuse...More
We had our expectations very high after two unsuccessful tries to get a table in this restaurant. We managed by the third time (went there around 5pm to book it) and were not disappointed. There is no English menu but the waiter has images of...More
Be careful: no english menu and no english speaking staff. If you want to try a lot of okinawa food, try the surprise meal. 3,000 yen per person for 12 dishes. You cn only get it for 2 persons. Goya-chanpuru, the grilled fish and rafute...More
This is a great choice, but it gets crowded early, so be sure to try and come before 6:30 if you want a table. Also, this would be a really challenging choice if no one in your party speaks Japanese. If you lack a Japanese...More
Limited menu and a bit pricey (800 jpy for just that much Champloo??) but still worth it. Father in law is a picky eater but he liked this so much we went 2 consecutive days. Very good jimami-dofu and excellent Asa-tempura. More an Izakaya than...More
No English menu, although we managed to figure out enough options by using a Japanese phrasebook. The usual items were all there --- pig ear salad, sea grapes, etc. What we ordered was promptly delivered, well prepared, and delicious. The waiters were very helpful and...More
Recommended by Lonely Planet, I wanted to try. No English menu although waiter did speak some English and just look around at what others are eating. I had standard Ikasumi chahan (squid ink fried rice), goya-champuru (bitter melon, tofu, egg), sashimi Moriawase (sashimi assortment), sashimi...More