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.
The small cafe with a cozy ambience serves sandwiches, pasta, dessert, snacks and appetizers, and coffee that is absolutely refreshing. The Hearth Toast, an amazing bundle of maple or honey syrup, vanilla ice cream, berries and whipped cream, should be tried along with some latte. What's more, the small bar covers an astonishing variety of drinks, and you could pair some up with the food. The service is pleasant and the food is delicious; Hearth Cafe is perfect for some delicious bites.
Living Room Maroad is a bar located at the Okinawan famous hotel ‘The Naha Terrace’. Living Room Maroad is a bar where one can relax, unwind and rejuvenate any part of the day. The bar has a very fresh feel to its environment, surrounded by green grass, plants, relaxing cane furniture, giving the place a comforting environment. Living Room Maroad is a lounge that offers live performances, fresh drinks, cocktails, mocktails and an amazing afternoon tea to its guests. A great place to sip on a cuppa and hangout with friends and family. The staff and service is great and very welcoming. A good place to be at during weekends.
Located close to the ocean, this exotic steakhouse features a tropical atmosphere, with a few Aztec-inspired showpieces thrown in. Steak House Jam is best known for its excellent steak selections, ranging from Sirloin Steak and Ishigaki Beef Rump Steak to shrimp specialties and hamburgers. Indulge in some delicious and succulent meat and seafood preparation and end your meal with their famed sherbet.
Situated within the sugarcane fields of Onna Village, diners can enjoy the panoramic view of the sunset from this tapas-style restaurant. Because the restaurant doesn't admit children or customers under 20, the more mature crowd will be able to enjoy a casual, romantic evening by themselves. The area is known for its beautiful ceramics, and the restaurant adds to the ambiance by serving their cuisine on dishes made in Onna and Yomitan. All-you-can-drink party menus are available and the last order is taken an hour before closing.