TeeDa was a favorite place to eat on Ishigaki, but it's no more. So long and thanks for all the fish & chips!
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This was the first place we checked out upon arrival to Ishigaki - traveled with a friend and were looking for a nice spot to relax, have some beers, and look at the water. This place is on the 2nd floor, right near the "corner"...More
We sat on the floor on a raised section which was fun. The waiter/chef were really friendly and accommodating, offering to alter the menu to suit our nervous western tastebuds! There was no need for nerves as it was delicious... We got the tuna carpaccio...More
Although the service was a little slow, this has to be one of my favourite meals during our 2 week tour of Japan. After lots of beef and fish, we just fancied something relaxed and familiar and this place hit the nail on the head....More
We had lunch here with ribs and some pizza. Nice friendly staff and local beer available. Th view is great and it is a good place to just relax away from the heat. The food was good too.
This restaurant had a quaint patio area with a view of the harbor, perfect for dinning al fresco on a hot day. The service was excellent and the alcohol was resonably priced. the food was decent nothing special but certainly not bad. Visit this place...More
My partner and I went there last week after a day in Taketomi island. The weather was so sunny and warm we really needed a cool beer to refresh us. The view and the location of this restaurant is great. The atmosphere is amazing. We...More
We were in Ishigaki for 4 nights and ended up eating here for 3 of those nights. TeeDa has a brilliant location looking over the water and the food is amazing! I would definitely recommend the ribs and the Ishigaki beef. The staff didn't speak...More
TeeDa was a great little find while on Ishigaki's downtown area. It's located upstairs with a very friendly local crowd and lots of inus about (dogs). The fish and chips were absolutely delectable !! Their menu is very eclectic with local foods and other "American...More