Updated： November 07, 2018
5 Incredible Restaurants in Okinawa!
Here are some must-try restaurants in Okinawa where you can try upscale Okinawan cuisine, Japanese and even Italian cuisine! Heres' la creme de la creme in terms of restaurants in Okinawa!
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Mie is a beautiful and traditional Japanese restaurant in Okinawa. They serve a high-dining experience with Okinawan ingredients. You can choose between different courses ranging from 6,000 to 12,000 yen. You could get your own tatami room, which is great for entertaining guests or clients. Lovely and beautifully prepared dishes served one at a time.
Matsumoto (まつもと 本店)
Matsumoto specializes in pork shabu shabu, which is meat cooked in a hotpot. This small restaurant is surrounded by plants, as soon as you walk in, you will see the wall is covered with signatures of celebrities who have visited the restaurant. The beautifully presented dishes are so appetizing and the sauce goes amazingly well with the pork.
Bacar serves delicious pizza in a very cozy setting. The staff and owner are friendly and welcoming although they don't speak English fluently, but just enough to make you feel at home. The menu is simple, such as the ingredients, but that's what makes the beauty of it. Simple, yet carefully prepared delicious pizza!
Isuke is an Edomae-style sushi restaurant. Each piece served is carefully prepared by a sushi with the freshest ingredients possible. It's a great place to bring a loved one and sit at the bar to watch and interact with the sushi chef. Expect to pay 10,000 or more.
Sakae Ryoriten (榮料理店)
Sakae Ryoriten serves creative and beautiful Okinawan cuisine in a stunning restaurant. It is surprisingly affordable too. You get to try all the Okinawan classic dishes made in a refined and amazing way. You could come with a date and sit at the bar for a wonderful date. The sea grape salad and the pork belly are a must-try. You should also try Okinawa's own superfood, mozuku, the amazing seaweed!
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