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Maeda Shokudo前田食堂


This long-standing dining hall is on National Route 58 in Ogimi Village in the Kunigami County. It’s known for its “gyuniku soba” (beef soba), which features mounds of stir-fried bean sprouts seasoned with black pepper as well as beef. There’s also “soki soba” (Okinawan noodles made from wheat powder) and “yakiniku okazu” (grilled meat side dish), among other original Okinawan dishes. There’s often a long line in the afternoon at this popular spot.


Okinawa Pref. Kunigamigunogimison Tsuha 985

phone 0980442025

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Review of Maeda Shokudo

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Reviewed:2015/11/01 Loved by locals and tourists alike
Don't miss the gyuniku soba! A huge amount of stir fried beef and moyashi over a bowl of noodles. Moyashi is at the right point, not raw but still very crunchy. And all that beef juice slowly...
Reviewed:2015/01/20 Best Soba in Okinawa!
You know after a long and busy day when you just want to find a place to eat and don't care what it is At first, that's what Maeda Shokudo was for us. But after digging in, we all marked this soba...
Reviewed:2014/06/27 Delicious Soba
A friend and I, passed by this soba house many times in the past but, never stopped because the parking lot always appears crowded. We finally made it, one afternoon when it didn't seem so busy. We...

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