This beautiful mess you see in front of you is monjyayaki, which is the wetter sibling of okonomiyaki. The batter is runny, and stays wet on the top, while the bottom will slowly form a crisp layer. If you like it a bit thicker, you can wait for it to cook a bit longer to give it more time to set. As with the okonomiyaki, I think the seafood is the best option along with cheese as a topping ($3) as it gives it more flavour, body and texture. A tiny metal spatula is provided so you can scrape and eat it directly off the grill. While delicious, I personally prefer okonomiyaki since its more substantial/filling than the monjyayaki. Either way, it still tastes good!