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Gosamaru opens near Torii Station main gate

Date Posted: 2010-10-14

It’s an Asian restaurant just opened only a few meters from Torii Station in Yomitan, but it’s also Western, Japanese and Okinawan.

Restaurant Gosamaru’s specialty, says manager Masashi Isa, “a great menu selection of western, Japanese and Okinawan foods, including a yummy variety of desserts.” The Gosamaru atmosphere is traditionally Asian, with three types of seating – table seating, Japanese Hori, a low table with a hole in the floor where a person can stretch his or her legs, and Japanese tatami — plus a physical separation of tables to allow for privacy.

Masafumi Kuniyoshi, Gosamaru’s head chef, explains about the restaurant — which opened early this month — that “it is not surprising the food is tasty, and it’s also not surprising we make customers happy.” The reason is simple, he says, spelling out his principles making up the keys to success. It’s “filling you to satisfaction and touching your heart,” plus an ample dose of fresh everything. Kuniyoshi says he’s a stickler that all ingredients be fresh, safe and reliable, so he can transform them into tasty food that offers memorable moments.

Stone-roasted taco rice is a chef’s recommendation at ¥650, as is Nasi Goreng for ¥630. There’s also broiled duck and a cheese roll for ¥750 that gathers plenty of attention. At the top of the extensive menu are original pizzas, all hand made with pizza dough kneaded from scratch. The fried chicken wings are made with a special homemade sauce, enough to again garner an endorsement from head chef Kuniyoshi.

Restaurant Gosamaru is located at 1093 Sobe in Yomitan. When exiting the Torii Station main gate, a quick left turn and 30 meters puts you in front of the restaurant on the right. The restaurant is open daily except Mondays, 6 p.m. to midnight. U.S. dollars and Japanese yen are accepted; credit cards are not. There’s free parking in front of Restaurant Gosamaru.

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