When you're in Osaka you tend to go to more of touristy places such as Namba and Umeda, and you might find many different cafes, but not as unique as the ones below! There are lots and lots of brilliant cafes to visit in Osaka that not many people know. For more information, check the following places!
Sukiyaki, one of the popular Japanese cuisines is consisted of thin sliced beef cooked with lots of vegetables in a cast iron pan, and you dip ingredients into beaten raw egg before you eat. Interestingly, sukiyaki differs in Kanto (eastern part of Japan where Tokyo is located) and Kansai (western part of Japan where Osaka is) region. There are many restaurants that you can have delicious Kansai's sukiyaki experience in Osaka, so check the following places!
Looking for vegan/vegetarian options in Osaka? Don’t worry, Osaka is a vegetarian/vegan-friendly city offering a variety of meat-free foods - traditional Japanese food, Italian, Indian, desserts, and more! Here is a list of recommended vegetarian/vegan restaurants you should try when you come to Osaka.
Soba is a buckwheat noodles that is very popular in Japan. It is commonly eaten with soy based dipping sauce with cold soba noodles. It is available nationwide, and of course Japan's foodie town, Osaka, has a lot of soba places that you should try (some of them were featured on Michelin Guide too!), so check the following places!
Osaka is well known for its food culture, and they do have really good food there. Since summer is approaching, don't you feel like eating something cold and sweet? So we made a list of places where you can try cool desserts in Osaka, including modern ice cream to authentic desserts!
South Asian cuisine is simply scrumptious and flavourful. Indian or Pakistani cuisine is perfect for any weather and is always delicious! There are so many dishes to try, you'll always find something new to taste, or you can stick to your classics. Whatever floats your boat! Mine are butter chicken and mango lassi.
Yakiniku is a Japanese barbecue where we cook tons of meat with a grill. It is such a satisfying experience and you will get the best feeling ever. Osaka has several places where they offer top-notch beef at a very reasonable price, so check the following places!
There are different types of daifuku, mochi in Japan. The most common daifuku is called ichigo-daifuku (strawberry mochi) or mame-daifuku (bean mochi), but recently new types of daifuku have been discovered. So here's a list of places where you can try authentic to novel daifuku in Osaka!