If you want to sample one of the great culinary traditions of Osaka, then you are at the right place. A typical dish of the city, okonomiyaki is eaten in many restaurants, especially at Mizuno, a recognized specialist in the field. The very name of the dish—okonomi means ‘what you want' and yaki ‘grill'—allows you to imagine the number of possible combinations for this speciality.
A sort of flat cake, okonomiyaki is embellished with multiple ingredients, cut into small pieces before being cooked on a griddle. Let's try the Mizuno speciality, the yamaimoyaki, made from yam flour and decorated with pork belly, shrimp, calamari, and scallops, all of them products exclusively from the region. Given the popularity of the place, and despite fast and efficient service, you will need to wait a bit before enjoying your okonomiyaki.
Osaka Prefecture 542-0071
+81 (0)6 6212 6360
Menu: around 1,405 JPY