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.
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.
Located in the Kaafu Resort, The Orange serves a beautiful seafood menu-recipes (breakfast, lunch and dinner) from around the world-along with wine and cocktails, that just embellish its coastal setting to perfection. Slick interiors, beautiful ambient lighting and excellent service are a cherry on the cake, when the restaurant serves dishes such as Aquapizza and Homrad Lobster. There are also Italian preparations, such as pasta and risotto, and they also serve meat tenderloin. All said, the seafood servings remain impeccable, and The Orange should be tried for aqua-cuisine and the lovely drinks.
Situated between Okinawa City and Nago City, Shimajikan is located along Route 58 in Onna Village, making it the perfect place to take a break for a meal. The bright restaurant only has tatami seating or floor seating, with leg wells under the table to maximize comfort. The hospitable staff strives to make their customers feel as though they were visiting an Okinawan home, and do so with their locally sourced ingredients and fresh seafood from the Onna Sea. The bar boasts 48 different types of Okinawan spirits, so you'll be sure to find one that you enjoy. You can order from a prix fixe menu to sample everything, or order à la carte. Last order is at 10p, and pets are allowed on the terrace.
Uraniwa serves an array of dishes from all over Okinawa, including Ishigaki steak and Okinawan pork. This venue is great for intimate parties or large gatherings (for parties of 15 or more, please book ahead), with its chic ambience and Japanese flair. Also, if you plan your visit accordingly, you can enjoy live music while you dine (Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays).
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.