The first thing you notice is the sky-blue front wall, beckoning you inside. Far from pretentious, the menus and table toppers are all hand-written, emphasizing the laid-back and local vibe of this Naha cantina. The staff are quick to welcome with a smile...as are the other guests. The sylish and hip interior upholds the concept of being in your own place.
Don't miss out on the very popular "Tripe Spicy Tomato Stew", a well done take on tripe. Its slow cooked intense flavor is great as an appetizer or with rice and other sides or as a main dish. You'll also find plenty of salds and other dishes which go great with wine. A lovely little spot for a night with freinds or a cozy date with your special someone.
Especially to locals "Wine Shokudo Itaily Gohan" means sangria. Some guests visit just to have a glass or two, maybe three. With aspirations of spreading the quality of Naha to the world, the staff do it up great with cheap and cheerful eats, a full glass, a warm smile and open hearts.