What better way to close out a night in Okinawa with a traditional bowl of Okinawan soba noodles! First time to try Nakamuraya Yatai Soba Ekimae!
Pre-pay push button machine... went with the Okinawan Soba (2nd button).
The 1st button was So-ki Soba. Always best to push the top left corner button if you can`t read Japanese.
One table for 4.
Only 1 staff member so remember to return your bowl to the kitchen.
Elderly lady chef. She mentioned Okinawan customers wear masks due to Coronavirus but the young Japanese tourists who dine here are usually drunk, don`t wear masks and are very loud.... she was so worried about contracting Covid19.
Okinawan "juushii" onigiri rice balls. Won`t find this flavor on mainland Japan.
Here we go!
The soup was so flavorful, the pork very melty soft and noodles had a great texture.
After a few bites I add the awamori red pepper sake to the soup.
Free toppings located on the counter.
Overall this is definitely a must try on your Okinawa soba list! Gotta go!!
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Address J: 沖縄県那覇市安里388-6
Address E: Okinawa, Naha, Asato 388-6
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