Updated： November 07, 2018
The Best 5 Places In Osaka For Yakisoba
What better place than Osaka to enjoy some piping hot yakisoba made right before your eyes. The grilled noodle dish is one of the staples of the Osakan cuisine. Here's where to have the best!
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Juza Yakisoba 寿座
This yakisoba restaurant is located in the heart of Dotonburi. It's really popular among yakisoba fans because it offers many types of the famous dish. You can have it with tomatoes, curry, sukiyaki-style, with pork and kimchi, etc. The yakisoba you order is also customizable. Indeed for a little extra, you can have it with added toppings. The yakisoba is made with thick noodles, pieces of meat that are quite large and an original sauce that makes the dish really addictively delicious.
This is a small restaurant with only counter seats. Where other places serve mostly the standard yakisoba made with pork and cabbage, this restaurant's standard is with thinly sliced beef and onions. It's said to be simple but surprisingly delicious. You can have it as part of a set with some rice, wakame soup and a Japanese style rolled omelette called tamagoyaki.
This restaurant serves okonomiyaki and yakisoba, both of which are made on the same iron plate. It's one of the best in Osaka for this kind of cuisine. It received the Michelin Bib Gourmand mention as a proof of the outstanding quality. You can order six kinds of yakisoba here, including tomato, squid and pork, nira (Chinese chive) and kimchi, pork and kimchi, seafood, and omelette yakisoba. They range in price from ¥840 to ¥1,130, and for a little more you can have a larger size.
Kakusho's yakisoba is characterized by its thick udon-type noodles. The sauce is particularly rich-tasting and a little sweet. You can order it as part of a set that comes with rice and a miso soup. This store is has been around for many years and is a locals' favourite. It has been featured on television shows on some occasions too.
Located near the Fukushima Station.
Yan! is located in the Dotomburi area. The particularly of the place is that they offer a collection of some 200 types of sauces from 80 different brands found all over Japan to use on your yakisoba. Aside from that, you have a choice of four types of noodles. They have plenty of variations for the ingredients as well! If the choice overwhelms you, just order the house's popular "Yanmen".
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