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.
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.
Hamburger Gordie's serve absolutely delicious burgers, onion rings, chicken nuggets, and hot dogs. The burgers are a tempting bundle of veggies packed with sauces (they have ketchup, mustard and mayo) and what's more, they make their own barbecue sauce! There are drinks to go with the food, and also beers. The ambience is warm, and you could make yourself comfortable on the chairs or the booth seats, or even the seating that's outside. Hamburger Gordie's should be tried for a blissful serving of burgers and everything else.
A window protruding out of a sloping roof over the entrance porch, Rose Garden gets flavours of America right from its exterior façades to its food. The fulfilling American breakfast is a bliss, with sumptuous portions of eggs benedict, lean bacon, fried ham, steak, sausages and pork. There are fresh fruit juices to go with the food. What's more, the bread they serve is baked fresh everyday in their kitchen. They also have some Italian items on the menu, such as spaghetti, lasagna and risotto. Rose Garden is a wonderful place for some delicious and filling breakfast, lunch and dinner.
At Umi no Ie (Ocean House) in Onna Village, locals and tourists alike can get a fine meal at a reasonable price with a beautiful view of the ocean. Tourists who aren't fluent in Japanese will be glad to hear that there is an English menu as well as English-speaking staff. The Ishigaki beef and fresh sashimi stand out on the menu, but the pork, noodle and tofu dishes are equally appetizing. For those who love a drink with their meal, all-you-can-drink menus are also available. Pets are welcome to join their owners inside the restaurant. Last order is one hour before closing.
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.