This restaurant/cafe is run by a married couple and connected to a small art gallery. The menu of Toshoku Do Miyanda offers a variety of fresh fish dishes served with local seasonal vegetables. The fish is caught twice daily by the husband himself. The small art gallery’s name is composed of the “Nao” from “Naoshima” and the first letters of “Performance”, “Art” and “Marche”. Visitors may browse through the exhibits while waiting for their food.