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OTAKO TAKOYAKI @ Sungei Wang Plaza



One of the famous Japanese cuisines is Takoyaki (“Fried Octopus Ball”) which is so popular that 60% of Osaka household owns Takoyaki griddle. It became famous that it’s seen as a future “fast food” commodity of Japan and to be distributed worldwide. Currently, Takoyaki is marketed not only in Japan but also in China, Taiwan, Macao, Hong Kong, Philippines, Singapore and in the United States. Takoyaki are known as octopus (tako) balls (“Fried Octopus Balls”) is a savory ball shaped Japanese dumpling perfectly grilled in a special Takoyaki pan whereas Okonomiyaki is a Japanese savory pancake containing variety of ingredients and referred to as a “Japanese pizza” or “Osaka soul food”. Both foods are widely available throughout the Japan.

OTAKO TAKOYAKI
Lot C027, 3rd Floor, Sungei Wang Plaza
Tel: 012-322 5267 (Liew)
Facebook: Otako Takoyaki
Original Takoyaki, RM12.90 (6pcs)/ RM8.90 (4pcs)
Takoyaki balls mainly contain vegetables – carrots and cabbages, imported seasonings, batter and most especially, squid cubes. A typical Takoyaki is filled with diced baby octopus, some vegetables, green onion and some tempura scraps. These are authentic Japanese octopus dumpling balls which have gained popularity in many parts of the world. Otako Japanese Food will bring a taste of Japan within your reach. This original taste will bring back your memories of the previous traveling experience to Osaka which used to having Takoyaki at a street outlet and enjoyed. The delicious aroma of Takoyaki generated from the street outlet always draw in the hungry and “eat on the go” crowd.

There are few types of Takoyaki with different favors:
(1) Takoyaki
(2) Mentaiko Takoyaki
(3) Cheese Takoyaki
(4) Taru Taru Takoyaki
(5) Negi Takoyaki
Taru Taru Takoyaki, RM12.90 (6pcs)/ RM8.90 (4pcs)
Cheese Mendaiko, RM12.90 (6pcs)/ RM8.90 (4pcs)
 
Mendai Mayonnaise, RM12.90 (6pcs)/ RM8.90 (4pcs)
 
Negi Takoyaki, RM12.90 (6pcs)/ RM8.90 (4pcs)
OTAKO TAKOYAKI
Osaka Okonomi Yaki, RM12.90
Okonomiyaki is known as a kind of Japanese-style pancakes. There are a variety of ingredients and toppings for okonomiyaki. This is a recipe to make Osaka-style okonomiyaki. The name is derived from the word okonomi, meaning "what you like" or "what you want", and yaki meaning "grilled" or "cooked". Okonomiyaki is mainly associated with Kansai or Hiroshima areas of Japan, but is widely available throughout the country. Toppings and batters tend to vary according to region. Tokyo okonomiyaki is usually smaller than a Hiroshima or Kansai okonomiyaki.

In Osaka, where this dish is said to have originated, okonomiyaki is prepared much like a pancake. The batter and other ingredients are fried on both sides on a pan using metal spatulas that are later used to slice the dish when it has finished cooking. Cooked okonomiyaki is topped with ingredients that include okonomiyaki sauce (similar to Worcestershire sauce but thicker and sweeter), aonori (seaweed flakes), katsuobushi (bonito flakes), Japanese mayonnaise, and pickled ginger (beni shoga).
Omuyaki Soba, RM12.90
Seafood Yaki Soba, RM13.90
Seafood Yaki Udon, RM12.90
Health Tea, RM4.90 (S)/ RM5.90 (R)
Smoothies, RM5.90 (S)/ RM6.90 (R)
Otako takoyaki originating from Japan, a delicious meal or snack...just taste good on it own!!!
OTAKO TAKOYAKI 
Now Open at Sungei Wang Plaza
Tel: 012-322 5267 (Liew)
Facebook: Otako Takoyaki

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