Where to eat in Osaka, Japan? This was our last day in Japan which means we had to do some last minute eating! We started the day off early with Japanese Souffle Pancakes at Micasadeco & Cafe. Hands down these were the BEST pancakes we have ever had!
For lunch, it was our first time trying Gyu-Katsu which is a deep fried breaded beef cutlet. The cutlet is served rare and you have the unique experience of cooking it to your liking on our own hot stone.
To cool off from try to Kakigori which is the Japanese version of shaved ice. There are many dessert stores and street vendors that sell this during the summer. So refreshing and comes with many toppings!
When in Osaka you must also try Okonomyaki (Japanese savoury pancake). There are so many versions and toppings that you can try. Mizuno is a recognised by the Michelin Guide and has some delicious okonomyaki. There most popular menu item is the shredded Yam okonomyaki.
Osaka is well known for their takoyaki (octopus balls) street vendors. When we saw a truffle flavoured takoyaki we had to try it! The lesson learnt: TAKOYAKI IS EXTREMELY HOT! Eat with caution or else you will end up burning your mouth or nearly dropping it!
Micasadeco & Cafe: http://micasadecoandcafe.com/
Gyukatsu Motomura: https://www.tripadvisor.com.au/Restaurant_Review-g298566-d8680725-Reviews-Gyukatsu_Motomura_Namba-Osaka_Osaka_Prefecture_Kinki.html
Sakura Lounge: http://www.jal.co.jp/en/inter/service/lounge/kix/
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