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Best Food on a Budget in Okinawa

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SomChai Thai Restaurant is one place where you can taste the best of Asian cuisines. Apart from being an expert in Thai dishes, they also offer Vietnamese and Nepalese items on their menu. The food served here is colorful and spicy. They also offer a vegetarian menu for veggie lovers. It has some amazing Pad Thai, Coconut Soup with tofu and noodles, curry dishes, and pumpkin dessert with a combination of lime caramel sauce. It is a small restaurant with only five tables. The kitchen is in the open area that makes their cooking techniques clearly visible.

Guacamole Burrito Truck is am amazing mix of American fast foods. They've got guacamole (Mexican avocado salad), carnitas (Mexican preparation of pork or lard), picadillo (Latin beef dish), burritos and quesadillas. There are also drinks to go with the food, and outdoor seating. The food is delicious and the flavours are authentic, as Kentaro, the owner and chef of the food truck, lived in California before he started this business, and now makes lip-smacking items, here in Okinawa. After you're done eating, you could even sign over the truck, leave comments over it; the truck takes it all in its stride! The quirky and creative food truck with tasty food should not be missed.

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.

A great budget option for people on the go, Kishimoto Shokudou on the Motobu Peninsula specializes in Okinawa soba and only seats 35. Be sure to bring cash, because this place doesn't take card. The Churaumi Aquarium and Ryugujo Butterfly House are nearby. This restaurant is closed on Wednesdays and opens promptly at 11a until 5p (or until everything is sold out).

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