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Got this because there was the “recommended” sign on the menu, but I think you can just get the seafood okonomiyaki ($16) because there wasn’t a lot of pork, and the small pork slices don’t really do much. It’s pretty decent and quite thick, but not amazing. Maybe I’m not that big of a fan, neither have I tried enough to comment if this is comparatively good.

They do have free flow bonito flakes, mayo and okonomiyaki sauce which you can add to your liking! Adding the bonito flakes made it more flavourful. Also, I don’t really reach out for mayo but I have to say that it was quite yummy with the okonomiyaki!

Mix Okonomiyaki (Pork, Squid, Shrimp), $18 from 𝐒𝐞𝐢𝐰𝐚𝐚 𝐎𝐤𝐨𝐧𝐨𝐦𝐢𝐲𝐚𝐤𝐢 & 𝐓𝐞𝐩𝐩𝐚𝐧𝐲𝐚𝐤𝐢 𝐑𝐞𝐬𝐭𝐚𝐮𝐫𝐚𝐧𝐭⠀

📍72 Dunlop St, Singapore 209400 ⠀
⏰ Mon-Sat: 11am-3pm, 5pm-11pm. Closed on Sundays.⠀
📲 WhatsApp 8828 8931 to make your reservation ⠀


We were craving for Okonomiyaki on a #TGiF, and 𝐒𝐞𝐢𝐰𝐚𝐚 𝐎𝐤𝐨𝐧𝐨𝐦𝐢𝐲𝐚𝐤𝐢 & 𝐓𝐞𝐩𝐩𝐚𝐧𝐲𝐚𝐤𝐢 𝐑𝐞𝐬𝐭𝐚𝐮𝐫𝐚𝐧𝐭 was on the top search list with the most reviews and highest ratings. It’s a cosy restaurant divided into 2 sections, DIY hotpot table or regular table. It’s a pity, when we arrived the DIY hotpot table were all fully occupied thus we are left with the regular table, this means you will order from the menu & the chef will cook it for you before serving to you. ⠀

There were different types of okonomiyaki and we after much consideration, we decided on the mixed version with pork, shrimp and squid in it. This definitely worth the wait, beautifully golden brown okonomiyaki were served with drizzle of topping sauce, mayonnaise, aonoir powder and best part of all, dried bonito flakes were free flow on every table! It was a good mix of flour, eggs, chopped cabbage, bacon, as well as the sweetness of seafoods all together! Super duper yummy, and we will definitely be back again to try the DIY hotpot table so we can cook this ourselves! Yayyy!!! ⠀


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It was huge, fresh, tender and not chewy
💰$25.
📍Seiwaa Okonomiyaki and Teppanyaki.
72 Dunlop Street.


I ordered safe choices, which is pork and mix okonomiyaki and we enjoyed mix more than pork.
Since I didn't get the non hotplate table, they cooked the okonomiyaki for us.
It's thick, the portion of the meat and cabbage is more towards the cabbage. The mix comes with pork, squid and shrimp, topped with mayo,dried bonito flakes and aonori powder.

Recommended to WhatsApp 8828 8931 to place reservations coz the capacity of the restaurant and not all have hotplate table.

💰$18 for mix and $12 for pork.
📍Seiwaa Okonomiyaki and Teppanyaki.
72 Dunlop Street

PSA cold water 1.5+

Yes, this is the minimum portion. 4 pancakes lol

But not to worry, it's pretty light, so portion is good for two. It really is v soft, and fuwafuwa in the middle. The exterior is kinda cake like when cooked.

Don't microwave this though if u takeaway, it will cook thru and it's not v pleasant.

Otherwise, pretty interesting and q good. Worth a try!!

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PSA only the main dining area has the griddle, which means only those tables can eat monjayaki and cheese souffle pancake. So please reserve those tables in advance

The okonomiyaki is not bad, you can order the okonomiyaki anywhere u seat as they will cook it for you and send it to your table if you're sitting inside. It's crispy outside, but there isn't a lot of meat. Which really begs the question, should u add on meat? Even if you add on it's not a lot. But if you add on it's alr not alot, then never add on even less? Tough problems

Chill ambience. Good food. Great tomyum okonomiyaki. Fantastic grilled squid($30).
Food: 7/10.
Will I return? Yes.

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.

I think the batter could have been used it make 6 smaller pancakes instead. The pancakes were so big that the sides were abit undercooked. If they were fully, the pancakes would have been very nice.

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.

With squid, prawns, dried shrimps and pork. We got the staff to help us cook it. The cabbage was sliced very thinly on the hotplate. I really love the flavourful taste but it gets salty at the end. I think we didn cook it long enough to make it crispy on one side.

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These were so unique! I'm mad about pancakes so this is right up my alley. These were cooked right in front of us on the griddle and there was cheese sprinkled in the middle with a glorious golden drizzle of gula melaka sauce.

There is a nice brown crisp exterior and the center is foamy and fluffy without being too sweet and there isn't an eggy taste at all. The melty cheese gives that salty, slightly savory pop and the gula melaka truly shines with a rich coconutty flavor. It is truly the epitome of fuwa-fuwa. I got to flip my own pancakes and then eat it with tiny spatulas. It's just so cute and fun. ❤️

Not saying it's the best pancake I've eaten, but it was really about the experience. And I really enjoyed myself here.

An entire grilled squid ($12)! The whole thing was cooked in generous amounts of butter which perfumed the squid and gave it a lovely, rich, salty flavor. The squid itself is generously sized and has quite a nice bouncy texture, and it wasn't chewy nor did I have to break my jaw trying to chew it into pieces, which I appreciated. I also liked that I got to try different parts of the squid like the legs and head, etc.

Monjayaki is a runnier version of okonomiyaki (think melted cheese consistency). You scrape it hot and gooey off the griddle with tiny spatulas. The mixed monjayaki ($16) has bacon, prawn and squid mixed in, and I recommend it because it means each bite has the texture of gooey monjayaki, crunchy prawn, bouncy squid and savory pork.

It's got a totally different mouthfeel and a starchier taste compared to okonomiyaki, but really fun to eat. Towards the end, the monjayaki gets caramelized on the grill, which results in being ridiculously crispy and delicious. Add a tiny dab of okonomiyaki sauce and bonito flakes for that final dash of seasoning.

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.

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.

(Bottom to top) Lotus root, chicken, pork, salmon, pumpkin, shiitake mushroom. Nothing was seasoned so they're quite bland. You will like it if you want the natural taste.

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.