Kame Soba

 

Kame Soba, originally uploaded by okinawa hai. (Click on the photo above for more pictures.)

Contributed by Julia

A few days ago we decided we were a little tired of the same old, same old so we drove around Foster looking for a new place to eat.  We are typically on the prowl with stomachs grumbling around 5 pm; that would be about half an hour before the odds of a tantrum goes up due to the kids having hunger pangs.

Pickings tend to be slim that early in the evening and we ended up at Kame Soba restaurant.  It wasn’t exactly new as we’ve been here once before for lunch.  I liked it the first time and was even happier with my meal this time around.  The hubby was also really impressed.  Or perhaps we were just really hungry.

We ordered soba, soba, and more soba.  The kids had theirs with soft spareribs which they completely gobbled up.  The hubby had his as a set with a bowl of rice topped with tuna sashimi and it was only 700 yen.  I had mine with pork and a vegetable stir fry which I haven’t seen anywhere else so it was a really nice change from your typical soba.

They had little squeaky chairs for the kids so I would tag this as kid-friendly.  I can’t promise that they’ll still have the squeaky chairs next time around though as I’m sure everyone was sick of hearing them by the time we left!

Hours:  11:00 AM-9:00 PM

Phone:  098-933-3338

Address: 565-1 Zukeran, Kitanakagusuku

Google Maps Coordinates: 26.30848964818547, 127.7818900739137

Directions (from Kadena): Head straight out Kadena Gate 2. Take a RIGHT onto 330 towards Foster.  You will pass Plaza House Shopping Center and A&W on your left side. Kame Soba will be on your right side across from McDonalds and the Camp Foster Kishaba Housing Gate.  Watch for a brown and white sign that says Okinawa Soba.  If you pass the intersection for 130 then you have gone too far.

6 COMMENTS

  1. Our whole meal was around 2000 yen and included two bowls of soba, the tuna rice bowl with soba set, and jushi rice. That would be close to $20.

  2. This was the first place we went off base for the first 2 months we were here (yes, that embarrasses me!) — but we love it cuz there aren’t that many choices and so you don’t feel overwhelmed by the new things to try. I’ve been in there with my kiddos too and they didn’t even mind the rice that ended up on the floor. For those who lean towards the veggie side of life, my mom ordered soba with no meat and it was great and we also tried the rice with green vegetable — have no CLUE what the veg was, but my son loved it!

  3. I’ve passed this place dozens of times wondering if it was worth the trip – thanks for the info…now I want tuna sashimi on rice.

    Maybe traveling with a can of WD-40 is a good call….

    Oishi!!

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