Foodie Track: Japan Issue 2: Okonomiyaki Frenzy

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Don’t you just love eating Okonomiyaki? Okonomiyaki is a Japanese savoury pancake containing a variety of ingredients ranging from prawns, nuts, fish, cheese, tomatoes to sotongs.

 

For my first dinner in Japan, I was brought to this Okonomiyaki restaurant in Lalaport shopping mall in Yokohama. That was after an afternoon at Okuyama (think Carbing and Dash, roll cages and chassis).

All ready to whack the food

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Watch the “chefs” prepare the food “live” in front of you! (Psst, check out the chick too! :p)

Then it was time to eat!

 

I think I tried eight different types! That’s quite a bit of Okonomiyaki for now… But really, it’s actually quite healthy as it is mostly cabbage instead of flour (unlike pizzas!). My mum made some at home before; you can buy the instant mix if you are not confident of making it from scratch.

 

Next meal: Mt. Fuji Soba!

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