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Located in Okinawa City, Cheese Cheese Cheese serves not only fondue, but also anything that goes well with it. So, when you come here for a meal, ask for a sake or wine pairing to go with your cheese, and don't be surprised when you see items like steak, deer confit, foie gras and grilled duck on the menu. The chic restaurant serves creative pairings of cheese and Japanese ingredients, giving their version of fondue flavor, flair and originality. Savor the food with a large group of friends, or reserve the private room for a special event. They are closed on Sundays.
Located in the Kaafu Resort, The Orange serves a beautiful seafood menu-recipes (breakfast, lunch and dinner) from around the world-along with wine and cocktails, that just embellish its coastal setting to perfection. Slick interiors, beautiful ambient lighting and excellent service are a cherry on the cake, when the restaurant serves dishes such as Aquapizza and Homrad Lobster. There are also Italian preparations, such as pasta and risotto, and they also serve meat tenderloin. All said, the seafood servings remain impeccable, and The Orange should be tried for aqua-cuisine and the lovely drinks.
The funky and casual Mafali Cafe on Kokusai Street has a prix fixe menu and all-you-can-drink party specials, perfect for casual celebrations or a fun night out on the town. During the day, this bright cafe is the perfect place to get some dessert and take a break from shopping. At night, the dimly lit interior, brightly painted walls, and DJ perfect a party ambiance. Menu items worth trying include the Mafali Curry Soup and the tagine (a Middle Eastern dish named for the clay cooking vessel), both of which are difficult to find in Okinawa.