We stopped here for lunch and had a pleasant time. The atmosphere is cafe style, but with Japanese features (wall hangings, background music).
The staff are polite and helpful. There is not traditional "table service," but orders are taken at the till by way of filling in an order sheet (noting portion sizes, quantities, etc). The order is brought to the table when prepared, and the wait, considering all food is freshly prepared, is reasonable.
We had three maki rolls (Tuna, Eel, and a Salmon-Avocado mix) as well as mixed tempora, and my partner also had Yakitori (the chicken was from dark meat portions). All of the food was well prepared and presented. The ginger, wasabi, and shoyu were all of good quality as well.
Overall, the meal was authentic (based on my three years living on Okinawa), tasty, and relatively good value for money. It is a place to visit again.
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