Soba / Udon Spots in Miyako Island Area

  • Maruyoshi Shokudo
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    4.0
    288 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Okinawa Pref. Miyakojimashi Gusukube Sunagawa 975
    Maruyoshi Shokudo is a long-established Okinawan Soba noodles restaurant located on National Highway 390 in Sunagawa, Gusukube, Miyako-jima City (between the intersection of National Highway 390 and Prefectural Highway 190 and the intersection of National Highway 390 with the Prefectural Highway 201). The restaurant’s Okinawan Soba noodles, which combine a thick pork-based broth with a touch of garlic with noodles that are boiled to a firm consistency, have been popular on Miyako-jima for many years; the restaurant is also famous for the brown sugar ice-candy that is served after the noodles (in the case of small-sized portions of Miyako Soba noodles, only for children).

    We were lucky to be the last customers! And so lucky we could eat their number one soba dish! Meat is very tasty and portions are very reasonable. Mainly occupied by local! We got to try the ice...

  • Irabu soba kame
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    4.5
    100 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Okinawa Miyakojima-shi Irabu Nagahama 251

    Its a bit different from another Miyako Soba, this is a IRABU island soba. Dried and fresh bonito in the soup broth is an unique, I thought. And the noodle here is a hand-made noodle.

  • Okinawa Soba Maruka Mi
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Okinawa Miyakojima-shi Shimoji Kurima 91

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