I went there at 9:20 pm. The restaurant is already closed!!! The worst thing was they said open till 11:00 pm but last order at 9:00 pm. So please change the restaurant opening hours!!!!
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I saw a lot of reviews on how the meat here was nothing but amazing. So made a reservation and came in. I sort of have a personal rule if I sit down, I'm going to eat there. So by the time they showed me...More
A fantastic place to have a nice, quality teppanyaki lunch. Took my lovely wife to celebrate her big birth day whilst visiting Okinawa. Obviously followed the advise of other trip advisor members to select this place ... I made a 100% correct decision. Our chef...More
There are at least two outlets of this steakhouse in Naha city, one near our hotel (Hyatt Regency) and this one near the south eastern end of Kokusai Street, which is more up market. All the staff and chefs are female. It was our first...More
Service is good But the meat is not quite meet to steak lovers. The meat contains too much fat to be a good stake but is good for sliced yaki.
Located in the middle of Kokusai street, the look of this Teppanyaki specialty restaurant was very appealing with high wooden outer walls and some water features. The welcome was very warm. All staff are females, the atmosphere was excellent! Restaurant was very clean and very...More
This is a very good teppanyaki steak restaurant, classy meaning also on the slightly expensive side. They serve Ishigaki steak, there were four of us and we picked two A3 and two A4 grade steak, plus a bottle of red wine, the bill was 35,000...More
I had a pleasure to visit this restaurant just for 20 minutes in the end of September. I cannot review the food quality; however, can review the wine service. Good steak diner, especially in expensive restaurant like this one, calls for a good wine company....More
Slightly more high-end looking than the other ones on kokusai street, this is a really good tepanyaki. Staff is women-only, they are amazing chefs, catering for clients very well (if you miss water or anything), without being overwhelming The meat is to die for, whatever...More