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Afternoon Tea is beautiful cafe located at Naha. The place is nicely set up with wooden furniture and interiors, giving the place a nice rustic but yet classy look. The place is perfect to relax and unwind and enjoy a cup of tea. The bread served here is freshly baked and new types of breads are introduced regularly. The menu changes every often for guests to enjoy new dishes every time. The food served here is fresh at all times. The kitchen is made of glass, for customers to view the preparation of their meals. The place is clean and spacious, giving customers the quality of food needed. A great place to enjoy a meal with family or friends.
In Japan, "su-" is the sound that people make when they slurp their noodles. Far from being impolite, slurping noodles is a sign that you enjoy your meal, and at Sumanume you'll be sure to be slurping away. This local favorite is somewhat off the beaten path, but the soba brings tourists and locals in from near and far. The restaurant has traditional tatami mat floor seating, and can accommodate 50 guests. They are usually open till 4p, or until they run out of food. They are closed on Mondays.
When the food that you're eating makes you happy, you should know that it's from the Greek kitchen. And at the Little Greek Kitchen, you would thoroughly relish the Meze-an assortment of various dishes such as fresh bread or pita with hummus, meat tenderloin salads, and many other dishes-and there are also drinks to go with the food. You could also try the Spanakopita (Greek spinach pie). What's more, Pamela, the owner and the chef, serves feta, dips and sauces that are handmade in her kitchen. The ambience of the restaurant is so much home-like, and the view of the beaches is mesmerising. So don't hesitate to take on the place with your family or friends and indulge in the Meze like the Greeks would!
Travelers can get a taste of the luxury at Kise Bettei Hotel & Spa by visiting their main restaurant, Chura-Nuhji. One of the leading Italian chefs in Japan, Tsutomu Ochiai, owner of La Bettola Da Ochiai in the Ginza district of Tokyo, was specially brought in to design the menu. The chef creates innovative, gourmet Okinawan cuisine by preparing the finest of Okinawa's traditional ingredients (Ishigaki beef, Aguu pork, fresh seafood and local produce) with modern techniques. Lunch is the more affordable option, but dinner here would be divine. Guests are advised to be formally attired; people wearing sleeveless shirts and sandals will not be admitted.
Fine Dining Restaurant makes the most of its gorgeous sea-side location. Dining on the roof-top restaurant with a delectable menu of seafood, salads, soups and deliciously prepared mains, is rather blissful. The service is decent, and the ambience is gorgeous, as it is naturally conditioned with the beautiful sea-view. A dinner at Fine Dining Restaurant, under the pale sunset-skies, would be mesmerizing.