I’ve eaten here the last time I was in KL and figured I would go
back and take photos of the okonomiyaki making process. The seating
arrangement allows you to sit in front of the grill and watch them make
your okonomiyaki. Okonomiyaki has been described as a “Japanese pizza”.
I had the nikutama ika ebi (pork and seafood) okonomiyaki with soba
noodles (you can choose to have udon) and the spring onion topping.
That came up to RM 18. Here’s the photos of the making of my order:
Pouring out the base
Adding shredded cabbages and sprouts
Shaking pepper and salt
Adding the seafood
Layering several slices of bacon on top
Here’s a close up of the partially made okonomiyaki
Soba noodles fried seperately in the next grill
The okonomiyaki pushed over in preparation of combining with the soba noodles
Turning over the okonomiyaki
Combining it with the soba noodles
Compressing the whole thing
Lifting it onto an egg (fried seperately)
Making everything neat
Slicing up the okonomiyaki
Drizzling okonomiyaki sauce on top
Generous sprinkling of spring onions
This is the finished dish – nikutama ika ebi okonomiyaki pictured with iced rooibos tea.