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13.11.13

Ishigaki 「石垣島」: Okinawan Cuisine in Adan Tei「あだん亭」



En esta ocasión, hice la del Japonés y me compré una guía de Yaeyama, donde recomendaban (por supuesto) mil restaurantes, tiendas y SPAs que no te puedes perder. La verdad es que el número 1 recomendado fue (con diferencia) el sitio que más nos gustó, de ahí que emplee en tiempo en preparar direcciones para que lo podáis encontrar.

Adan Tei 「あだん亭」está un poco apartado de las calles principales (unos 10 min andando) y ofrece todas las perlas de la cocina tradicional de isla de Okinawa. La relación calidad precio es excepcional. La guía no se equivocaba, pues la ensalada de ternera local, junto a los sofritos de papaya y melón amargo (goya) fueron una muy buena introducción a lo que tiene que ofrecer esta zona de Japón. Junto a los rollitos de queso, que sacaron alguna lágrima de felicidad a Enrique, salimos casi rodando pero sin dejarnos un dineral. Algo que no suele ser común, en estos lares.

Adan Tei 「あだん亭」was the number 1 recommended in my Japanese guide of Ishigaki. It's also well rated in table log. If you are staying in the city or have access to a car, just don't miss it. May not be in the main street, but it is well worth the stroll! If you visit the island on high season, you may want to make a reservation (+81 98083-5221)


View Ishigaki island 「石垣島」 in a larger map

Here come the specialities:

[1] Seafood Salad: Always nice after a day of walking in the heat. Available in large and medium size (the one below is medium, so portions are large compared with Japanese standards)



[2] Ishigaki Beef Salad 「石垣牛サラダ」: Tender meat, grown as locally as the veggies. Excellent.



[3] Papaya Champuru「パパイア チャンプルー」: Stir-fried papaya, typical from the region.


[4] Fried Cheese RollsEnrique's best choice in a long time in Japan. He was almost crying of pleasure.



[5] Bitter Melon (goya) Chanpuru「ゴーヤチャンプル」: The Chanpuru is an Okinawan stir fry where vegetables are mixed with some kind of meat and egg. Goya is that rugged fruit that looks like a cucumber with acne, but is actually quite nice when cooked in a correct way.

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