This is a long-established okonomiyaki restaurant established in 1946. Even after the renovation, the restaurant retains old items such as posters and air conditioners, giving the interior a retro atmosphere. The specialty is mayo art, which is drawn with mayonnaise at the finish. If Osaka's typical mayo art, such as Tsutenkaku Tower and Billiken-san, is completed, it will surely bring a smile to everyone's face. The reason why they started mayo art is because they drew pictures of tulips and sunflowers with mayonnaise on children who did not like vegetables, and they were happy to eat them.
Okonomiyaki is made with carefully selected ingredients such as cabbage, aonori (green laver), and flour, and is characterized by its fluffy texture. Okaru's style is to first grill one side and then flip it over, then press down with a large iron, saying, "This is it!".
After releasing the air inside the pork, the pork is covered with a lid and steamed at a high temperature to cook it quickly and make it fluffy. The "Pork Okonomiyaki" is a unique okonomiyaki with two kinds of special sauces and mayo art. The original yakisoba is also highly recommended.
- Name in Japanese
- Postal Code
- 1-9-19 Sennichimae, Chuo-ku, Osaka City, Osaka
- Thursdays, Every third Wednesday of the month
- Business Hours
- 12:00pm - 3:00pm(L.O.2:30pm), 5:00pm -10:00pm(L.O.9:30pm)
- 1,000yen and up
- 4-minute walk from Exit 2 of Nippombashi Station on the Osaka Metro Line or Exit 15A of Namba Station on the Midosuji Line.
- Credit Cards
- Not accepted