Monday, September 26, 2016
I've been wanting to try this newish okonimiyaki place on Robson with a great name. I'm enjoying my original style okonomiyaki ($8.50, chicken, bacon, and seafood versions are also available) plus an add-on of soba noodles. I combo'd up with a fresh watermelon milk slush for $3.50 more. The slush was delicious but watermelon is seasonal so it might not be available much longer this season. The okonomiyaki was good. It was not Hiroshima style so the soba was not crisped up on the grill and incorporated in it, but was still a great addition sitting on top. The restaurant also has other homey dishes like omurice (fluffy rice filled omelette), curries, noodles in soup, and gyoza. Casual bright room with simple and clean decor, so it may not look it, but it does have full service. Hope it's here to stay.