This simple tavern serves inexpensive Okinawa favorites such as goya champuru (a stir-fry using bitter melon); Korean-style bibimbap, a delicious, tangy, healthful dish of kimchi, bean sprouts, spinach, and other vegetables stirred into rice; and a plate of katsuo (bonito) sashimi big enough for two or three people. A couple of blocks east of the port, the place is near the junction of the Route 243 and Route 83.
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