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Shirokuma is a restaurant serving Thai cuisine. You could try the crunchy and delicious wonton rolls with the sweet sauce, and the Pad-Thai (stir fried rice noodles) are delicious as well, and topped with tofu (a kind of curd) and shrimp. The ambience is innovative, with bowls holding cutlery hanging over the wood-topped tables, the open kitchen exemplifying the delicious food in its making, and the ambient lighting setting up a relaxed mood.
Cozy environs, comfy seating, ambient lights and great food-that's Cafe Gozza, a restaurant whose menu is filled with cuisines of the world. The Chef does not believe in tagging his food, and his kitchen is pretty much a stage for creating new flavours and experimenting with a variety of ingredients. So you could try the variety of pastas they serve, and the salads are delicious. The fried catfish, and the shrimp preparation, are fine seafood dishes in there, and you could even call for the sausage pizza. They serve steak, and pork loin sandwich even! Pair up the excellent food with some wine, or any other drink of your choice, and you've just had a meal that's absolute delic.
For a unique dining experience in Okinawa, head to the Sea Side Drive-In. This 24-hour restaurant in Onna Village offers both dine in and take out. Launched in the 1950s, it retains its classic American diner ambiance with a menu to match. Select from Cheeseburger and Fries, Club Sandwich, Mexican Spring Rolls and Taco Balls, among an array of American favorites. The eclectic interiors are replete with aquariums and collectibles, and the large windows offer stunning views of the ocean.
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.
Tea is a very important part of Japanese tradition and food culture. This beverage came to Japan as a medicinal drink from China in the 700s and was available only to priests and some rich people. It became a popular drink much later, when people gathered at tea parties and played games around it. If you want a taste of the traditional Okinawan tea, Bukubuku, you have to visit this tea shop. It is made from jasmine tea and toasted rice served with foam on the crown. The staff here will show you how to make the foam by beating the tea with a whisk made of wood. One can also add crushed peanuts served with the tea to enjoy it even more.
Dessert Labo Chocolat is one of Okinawa's favorite joint for cakes and various other desserts. Owner and Chef Yoshiyuk Tajima is the brain of this venture. The place serves one of the best macaroons, with a wide range of flavors. Dessert Labo Chocolat also takes wedding orders and designs beautiful and delicious wedding cakes as per demand. Guests often visit Dessert Labo Chocolat for its soft and fluffy chocolate cakes. Various creatively packed and beautifully wrapped cakes can be purchased to gift friends and loved ones. Few tables are also set up for customers to relax and enjoy every bite of their dessert.