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Okonomiyaki

$14.00 · 40 Reviews

Since we can't travel to Osaka, then let Seiwa bring Osaka to us!
I like the batter and the generous mix of ingredients that went into it. We tried the pork okonomiyaki and it was light enough and a good balance to pair off with our Suntory.

Just a stone throw away from the Jalan Besar MRT station is a hidden Japanese restaurant that is perfect for group gathering. At this place, you’ll have the option of cooking your own okonomiyaki or sit back and watch the chef skillfully prepares it for you. With the inner masterchef in us, of course we opted to cook it ourselves. However, it turned out to be a mess, so eventually we let the chef took over. Nevertheless, it’s still a very fun and interesting experience! We got the okonomiyaki, monjayaki and the seafood platter. The taste of the monjayaki is great but its wet and mushy texture may not be to everyone’s liking. Overall, the food served was average but the unique experience and the friendly service crews make us want to go back again.

It was pretty fun to cook our own okonomiyaki! I think we could have made it thinner so that the cabbage in the middle gets cooked. Taste wise i think it's a normal okonomiyaki.

I came here once and fell in love with it. You know you've found a legit place when you're basically the only English-speaking individuals in the restaurant. It was just an incredibly fun experience for my dining partner and I. 😊

I love the okonomiyaki here. It is certainly equivalent to the ones I've had in Japan, in fact I might prefer these because they're just so super thick. These have a cabbage, dashi batter, egg and red ginger base and are freshly cooked on the griddle. You can dress them up as you please with extra okonomiyaki sauce, seaweed powder and bonito flakes.

I love how satisfying, creamy and chunky these pancakes are. They take a long time to cook as a result (the staff will help you with that), but really worth it. The premium okonomiyaki ($20) comes with four large prawns and more chopped up prawns in the batter.

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Nice place to catch up with friends. Do not over order the okonomiyaki, gets very boring after a while. Pricing $10-14. The ingredients were very little. I.e. 4 thin slices of small bacon.
Try some teppan too. Beef steak with yakisoba $38 was okok. Highball $10. Would suggest to email to make reservations.

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Came by to this place because I was craving for okonomiyaki.
Although it was relatively crowded at 8pm on a Friday (we had to wait maybe 10-15mins despite a reservation), we certainly did not regret coming by.
I had to watch impatiently as each dish (other than the gyoza) was expertly prepared, right in front of the iron-topped teppan counter on our table.
Prices were reasonable, and the food was more than enough for 3 of us.
Love the authentic Japanese taste!
Thanks to @natfatdiaries for your excellent recommendation 😊

Tonpeiyaki - $12
Sambal Okonomiyaki + Ramen topping - $20 + $5
Yakisoba with seafood - $12
Gyoza - $5

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An okonomiyaki topped with chilli crab gravy. Interesting fusion as well.

Although it's just tom yum flavoured and something that won't wow you, it's quite novel to taste Thai on Japanese food.

Good, although not very different from okonomiyaki everywhere.