Seriously, the worst steak I have ever been served in a restaurant. Inept service by slack-jawed, dead-eyed morons. Avoid this place at all costs.
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We went their for our first brunch in Naha. We believed it is a great historical restaurant with hotel recommendation nearby,however, we took two steak courses for our meal and the price is reasonable and fair quality, not comparable to the historical name they had,...More
Went for a steak. The meat was tender and well cooked but unseasoned. Sides were a few potato wedges, some haricots vertes and toast (choice between toast and rice) - all of it pretty bland. Starter that came with the dish was raw thinly sliced...More
I was pretty disappointed with the quality of the food at Steak House 88. The taste simply wasn't up to the price. I would recommend other steak joints or something else altogether.
After a late night of Karaoke, I enjoy eating here. Familiar fare like steak, fries, battered food, and the like hits the spot after a week long of rice dishes.
Went there yesterday, just passed through on the sweet. Ordered one prime rib eyed steak and a wagyu sirloin steak. Not bad for the tasting but a bit disappointed at the wagyu sirloin. Maybe i had too much expectations before enjoying it.
I had an American steak last night for 1600 yen. The quality of the steak surprise me! In UK, this steak would cost at least 20 quid. The funny thing though about the steak is that it comes with rice, never had it before but...More
I'm not even kidding: they just never brought it. They brought my boyfriend's steak almost immediately, though we waited 20 minutes and eventually had to ask to get his order of rice. I thought that when the waitress brought the rice that maybe she'd notice...More
(Hope someone corrects the spelling of the entry--steak). On Kokusai Doori Street in Naha, this restaurant can take you back to the 1960s and 70s, when it was approved for military personnel. Rather than retro style, it seems preserved. But you come here for steaks,...More