Kadena gates. This means that along with the picture menu you get a few English words thrown in as well. So, this week I was pretty confident that I was going to be eating beef. However, looking at the picture menu I thought I'd be getting a little pasta with it, but was happily surprised when it came out with french fries (don't worry mom - I only ate 8 and put the rest to the side!). I like that on Okinawa you get a set meal. Mine came with rice (of course) and miso soup. Jessi's pork came with rice, soup, a gelatinous, nutty tasting dish that Jessi liked, and some seaweed. Everything was delicious - my beef was really tender and Jessi's pork was breaded in something they call Pankow (spelling?) that is so good. Most people I know who have the Pankow say they'll never go back to regular bread crumbs again.