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.
Koba's, situated atop a hill in Ginowan City, is only five minutes away from ANA Laguna Garden Hotel. Windows span the entire length of the restaurant so that diners can take advantage of the panoramic view of the East China Sea. At night, the city lights create a dazzling backdrop to a romantic French meal. Though the emphasis is on French food, the chicken curry is the most popular lunchtime dish. The restaurant boasts a selection of French wines, as well as an unlimited drink plan for parties. A prix fixe menu is available for parties of 14 or more.
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.
Nowhere else could you get as good a view of the city and of the water as from the Naha Harbor Diner which sits atop a banyan tree. The venue offers a truly unique scenery as well as delectable cuisine. The menu includes seafood dishes, pasta, Okinawan pork, and steak, so your stomach will surely be satisfied no matter what it is hankering for. Guests can organize large parties here as well as intimate dinners to share with that special someone; whatever the occasion the Naha Harbor Diner is a great choice!