Kushikatsu is another popular cuisine in Osaka. Osaka people have their own rules: don't dip your kushikatsu into a sauce more than once! Keeping that in your mind, check the following list. This page mainly focuses on Shinsekai, the place where popular kushikatsu places are.
Kushikatsu is a local Osaka specialty and is one of the foods that every visitor absolutely has to try while in the city. There are many famous kushikatsu restaurants in Osaka, but none quite so fancy as 'Kushikatsu Bon,' which serves a fantastic omakase kushikatsu course worth dreaming about!
Located just a 3-minute walk from the south exit of Shibuya Station, you can enjoy some of their scrumptious skewers for as little as ¥50 a piece. They even have a course with an all-you-can-drink option for just ¥2,880. The place is ideal for groups.
Osaka’s specialties include takoyaki, okonomiyaki, and then kushikatsu (skewered cutlets). Here are five selected restaurants that specialize in kushikatsu that offer all-you-can-eat menus at Shinsekai, where well-established restaurants are located in Osaka.
Do you know kushiage, or also called kushikatsu? It is a Japanese-style deep fried food on a stick that is originated in Osaka. You eat them with dipping sauce, and the batter is nicely light and crispy. Definitely the great dish you should try. Kushiya Monogatari, a big kushiage chain restaurant, is the best place to enjoy the dish as they offer the buffet where you fry your choices of ingredients by your selves.
Have you ever tried kushikatsu? Let me introduce you to one of the most famous kushikatsu restaurants in Tokyo!