Pottery, pizza abounds at Okinawa’s Cafe Doka Doka
Whenever I’m in the mood for a laid-back afternoon or evening on Okinawa, I always think of Cafe Doka Doka.
The cozy cafe, which is located near the Doka Doka condominium and vacation home complex in Onna Village, serves a small menu of Western-influenced fare — and it also offers patrons an incredible view overlooking the East China Sea via its outdoor patio. (Not surprisingly, the patio tends to be busy when the weather is nice.)
Inside, visitors are greeted with soft jazz music and the delicious scent of freshly baked pizza.
Doka Doka offers diners the choice of two different pizzas: A standard margherita pizza (1,450 yen, or about $13); and the Doka Doka pizza, which features onion, sausage, bell pepper, salami and basil (1,450 yen). The pizzas are slightly small at about 9 inches in diameter, but are still large enough to share. (During my visit, my companions and I opted to order both pizzas and ended up with leftovers.)
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