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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.
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.
Sweets Cafe O'Crepe is a confectionery store located in Naha. Sweets Cafe O'Crepe serves breakfast, lunch, snacks, dessert and delicious crepes. All the dishes prepared are freshly made by carefully chosen ingredients. At Sweets Cafe O'Crepe, custom made orders are also taken for wedding gift confectionery, birthday or wedding cakes, party orders, etc. The staff and service at Sweets Cafe O'Crepe is good, very welcoming and helpful. The chef here is trained with immense experience. A great place to awaken one's sweet tooth.
Located in Nago City, fend off the heat of the Okinawan summer at Higashi Shokudo with a cool bowl of shaved ice. The restaurant does serve traditional Okinawan fare as well, but the locals come for the chilled dessert. This refreshing treat is served smothered with condensed milk and zenzai (sweetened kidney beans). A popular hangout, the restaurant gets crowded during lunchtime, so be prepared to wait for your food. Call ahead for timings.
Jakkepoes is an American styled restaurant that specializes in pancakes and other dessert items. It was opened in the year 2008, and slowly became a popular hangout place for a number of tourists, as well as locals. Pancakes are made using original recipes that were passed on from generations ago. They also have a variety of other American dishes for you to order. It is a budget friendly place, and ideal to visit on a weekly basis.
Decorated with simple wooden tables and cane chairs, this bay-facing restaurant exudes nothing but charm. Specializing in fresh seafood, expect to see clams, prawns and local fish on the menu. The key to their fantastic dishes is traditional ingredients fused with inventive recipes. Asian figurines, old barrels and the famous pirate’s wheel make for a whimsical atmosphere.
Taste some of the best of Mexican delicacies at Charlie's Tacos. It is one of the oldest restaurants in this place. The food quality is as good as it was years ago. You will find the best tacos that will make you come again and again. The tacos here are a little different. They are made with corn and lettuce, served with beef, chicken or tuna. Although they serve Mexican delicacies, they try and bring in the typical Japanese tastes to suit the original Japanese.
Situated in the center of Kokusai Street, Zizake Yokocho is the perfect place to enjoy some awamori (locally crafted Okinawan sake) along with a smattering of traditional Okinawan tapas-style dishes after a long day of souvenir shopping. Accustomed to tourists, the pictures of the prix fixe menus help indecisive visitors choose which of these healthful dishes to sample, although items can also be ordered à la carte. This venue gets crowded during the tourist season so be sure to make reservations via their website. Live traditional music and dance performances occur three times nightly beginning at 6:30p, and patrons are welcome to join the dancers on the stage at the end of the set. Feel free to bring your own awamori for a JPY2000 bottle fee.