Where is the location?
I came to Minoya (みの家) to eat Okinawa soba.
It is located on the 9th floor of Palette at Kencho-mae Station. It is a restaurant in the restaurant area. You can enjoy Okinawan food casually and reasonably priced. Surprisingly, it is a good place to eat.
The restaurant offers a wide range of Okinawan cuisine, so it is recommended for tourists, but it is also good for locals when they miss home cooking.
The staff is also very at home with Okinawan ladies working there.
The interior of the restaurant is a bit dated. The waitress seemed kind. There is a sample menu outside.
The menu also feels Showa-era.
It was my first time to eat it, but I didn’t know how to eat it because it had so many bones.
The meat was delicious. The soki was tender and sweet.
The soup is also very tasty.
They have a wide variety of set menus. Two people came to the restaurant, but it is easy to come in by yourself.
This is the soba set. It was just the right amount.
This is the ginger-yaki set meal. So-so. It was sticky. I don’t like it.
Minoya seems to be a long-established business founded in 1973.
A little research revealed that the menu was supervised by Okinawan cuisine researcher Hatsumi Wataguchi.
Palette Kumoji 9F, 1-1-1 Kumoji, Naha City, Okinawa 900-0015, Japan