Umachii (うまちー) is an Okinawan restaurant.
|25 Proof Zampa||残波 25度||400||20||25 proof Zampa.|
|30 Proof Zampa: Umi No Iro||残波 海の彩 30度||600||39||30 proof Zampa: Umi no Iro.|
|Bitter Melon Stir-Fry||ゴーヤーチャンプルー||850||47||This stir-fry's made with bitter melon, tofu, and eggs. We call it "Champuru", which means "something mixed" in Okinawan.|
|Pig's Ears||ミミガー||600||39||Pig's ears with a crunchy texture. These go great with Awamori sake.|
|Sea Grapes||海ぶどう||500||36||Sea grapes are actually a type of seaweed found in Okinawan waters. They burst open in your mouth for a salty sea flavor.|
|Pig's Feet||テビチ||750||44||Also called "tebichi" by the locals, these pig's feet are thoroughly boiled, and contain lots of collagen for quite the delicacy.|
|Peanut Tofu||ジーマミー豆腐||400||33||This delicious peanut tofu is sure to stimulate your appetite.|
|Island Scallions||島らっきょう||350||31||These island scallions were grown in Okinawa, and are similiar to green onions. They go great with sake.|
|Glazed Pork||ラフテー||680||42||These glazed cubes of pork belly are called "rafute" by the locals, and are considered an Okinawan delicacy.|
|Fried Gurukun||グルクンの唐揚げ||830||47||Gurukun is the definitive fish of Okinawa, and tastes great fried. Eat it while it's hot.|
|Sashimi Platter||刺身盛り合わせ||1260||60||Our Sashimi Platter is filled with tasty fish that are representative of Okinawa, such as Sea Snail, Irabucha, and Gurukun.|
The substory "Two Fathers" implies that the restaurant is owned by the Aragaki family.