You’ve never experienced quality tempura if you have yet to go to Ameku Terrace. The chef makes a promise to customers―their tempura is made from the heart, provides happiness in every seasonal dish, and will exceed your expectations. Tempura was introduced to Japan in the mid-sixteenth century by Portuguese missionaries, along with panko and tonkatsu. Since then, these dishes have become common in Japanese cuisine. Creating the perfect batter, oil, and cooking technique is the chef’s secret for his featured tempura dishes.
During lunch, choose from a variety of set meals, curry dishes, or the salad buffet offering over nine toppings and a variety of dressings. Ameku Terrace provides an extensive wine menu complimenting the dinner. Take your glass of wine on the outside terrace and enjoy a grand view of Naha and the East China Sea between courses. The appetizer is chef’s own creation, followed by a fresh salad and a light dressing. Tempura courses will appear more than once throughout the evening. No matter if you’re served a tempura vegetable or shrimp, the light and lacy tempura is crisp and airy. Different entrées range from steak, shabu shabu, pork, and thai curry.
An exquisite dessert served with coffee finishes off the evening. Lunch is served from 11:45 a.m. – 2 p.m., except for Mondays when they are closed. Dinner is offered seven days a week from 6 p.m. to midnight, but you must be a member to dine in the evening. Membership applications can be requested during your first visit. A large parking area is available for guests and groups. Ameku Terrace is a wonderful restaurant to bring a group of friends and enjoy tempura like you’ve never had before. Bon appétit!
Lunch from 11.45 – 14:00 except Mondays Dinner 7 days a week from 18:00 – 00:00, but you must be a member to dine in the evening. Membership application on first visit. Only Yen
Lunch from 11.45 – 14:00 except Mondays
Dinner 7 days a week from 18:00 – 00:00, but you must be a member to dine in the evening.
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