Every year when summer rolls around, cold-served pasta appears on menus at many restaurants in Japan. Starting with standard tomato sauce, flavors range from bisque sauce to cod roe sauce and more. Normally, a hot and spicy dish would be my go-to when eating pasta.
There are 34 locations in Tokyo alone. Here on Okinawa, ANA Intercontinental Manza Beach Resort is the only place where people can enjoy the popular taste. But having pizza and wine on the beach is sure to match any experience at a Tokyo branch.
Kozy’s Pizza, located off of the 29, is definitely one of the best pizza restaurants on Okinawa. Kozy’s brings to the table both an amazing selection of pizza and a great taste, without the hefty price tag of some other pizza parlors.
I'd likely scoff at any restaurant or eatery in the States if it's name simply describes the category of food served. Have you seen the ubiquitous "Donuts" donut shop, or "Chinese" Chinese restaurant? These places abound in places like San Diego, northern Virginia, and every place in between.
My husband and I are always on the lookout for new local restaurants, especially near the Sunabe Seawall as it makes for a wonderful after dinner stroll. We recently discovered such a place called the Seaside Terrace.
As you see more and more shopping malls and super markets open on Okinawa these days, the word Depachika seems a little outdated, especially to those who are more used to casually shopping at shopping malls.
You know, I love a good pizza. I also love my sushi. In fact, I love it a lot. Unlike pizza, though, whose in-your-face flavours hide weak ingredients, sushi is not much more than a topping and some rice.