Monday, January 18, 2010

Hiroshimayaki

On Saturday, we found a newly opened yummy hiroshimayaki restaurant near station. Hiroshimayaki is a Japanese pancake (similar to okonomiyaki) containing a variety of ingredients with soba. We sat at the counter, in front of the grill to warm up :D



A pile of cabbage strips were flattened in few minutes. We added scallion topping, which was really refreshing and delicious. At this restaurant you can pick udon instead of soba! Maybe we can try udon next time :D

I guess the restaurant is managed by young cooks, but they cook their very best, so everything was delicious. I hope they maintain that hard work forever!!!

I found an interesting sake called 伊根満開 (inemankai). It's a red rice sake! It was sweeter than regular sake like Chinese 紹興酒, but was not strongly scented like 紹興酒. Maybe I want to try this again, when I go back!

BTW, yesterday, I cooked and took photos of 14 new recipes.
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4 comments:

  1. I am not familiar with hiroshimayaki. Is it different than okonomiyaki because it has soba noodles?

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  2. Yep Tornadoes28,

    It is kind of okonomiyaki with soba noodles and usually with sunny-side up egg in it. I hope you try it someday. It is quite filling :)

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  3. That sounds delicious. I will have to ask my wife about it.

    Jon.

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  4. Hi Tornadoes28,

    Cool! Ask her!!! Great idea :D

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