Los Angeles, CA 90025
LA Weekly's Description
What you'll find here is about as close to the Platonic ideal of the Osaka okonomiyaki as you could hope for -- a regional variation where garnishes are mixed into the batter and griddled crisp like an overstuffed latke. On top goes a latticework of Kewpie mayo, a sweet thickened-Worcestershire sauce, and a wave of quivering bonito, micro-thin shavings of dried fish that wilt in the heat like pale pink wood shavings.
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the Platonic ideal of the Osaka okonomiyaki - A regional variation where garnishes are mixed into the batter & griddled crisp like an overstuffed latke. Also featured @ LA Weekly's Pancake Breakfast!
Mochi and cheese okonomiyaki! (;
Everyone here is super friendly and the food is awesome! The gottsui okonomiyaki was definitely bangin'
Awesome food, extremely nice staff. Very traditional Japanese food and Okinomiyaki. Definitely worth trying!
Service sucks balls
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