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Sam's Anchor Inn Kokusai Street Branchサムズアンカーイン 国際通り店


This steak restaurant is near the Prefecture Government Building. The interior is designed like that of a passenger ship, and the staff all wear sailor suits. Each table features an iron grill, and the chefs prepare your seafood, meat, and so on right before your eyes. You won’t want to miss their dexterous work. There is also a dinner menu for children, making this a great family destination. As it gets crowded in the evenings, reservations are recommended.


Okinawa Pref. Nahashi Kumoji 3-3-18

phone 0988629090


Review of Sams Anchor Inn Kokusai Street

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2018/06/07 April 1972
This was the go-to place to treat friends and brothers in arms the night before rotating back to the world. Can’t believe it’s still there. Nothing but good memories.
Reviewed:2017/08/31 Good teppanyaki but ... (read below)
We were here 9:30 pm. The restaurant quite busy and have to be queue (5 mins).

East Indian soup was slightly salty. The salad was normal. Score 3/5

Main course:
1. Sirloin deluxe (rare)
Reviewed:2017/04/06 Wonderful !
My sister and family took my husband and I to Sam's Anchor Inn for dinner. It was the most wonderful place. The atsomphere was great. You walk in and you're instantly put into a different world. The...

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open everyday
Parking Lot
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Credit Card
Available(VISA, MasterCard, JCB, AMEX)
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Vegetarian Menu
Not available (* Available ability by prior consultation)
English Menu

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