Negiyaki Yamamoto Est Umeda

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Yamamoto used to originally be a small okonomiyaki restaurant. The origin of “Negiyaki” is okonomiyaki cooked with green onion instead of cabbage as a snack for children who helped the restaurant. Okonomiyaki with lots of green onion “Negiyaki” is now a standard menu item of many okonomiyaki restaurants. There is always a line at the originator of “Negiyaki” in which the dough is cooked with overflowing green onion and served with soy-sauce-based-dip instead of the sauce.

Address
1F East Area, Est E27, 3-25 Kakudacho, Kita-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka
Contact No.
+81-6-6131-0118
Access
4-5 min walk from Umeda Station on JR, Hankyu Railway, Hanshin Railway, or Subways.
Opening Hours / Holidays
11:30-22:00 (Last order) Closed on the second Wednesday
Official Website
http://www.negiyaki-yamamoto.com/
Time Required
30 minutes
Other Information
*Average price (per person) Lunch 1,000-2,000 yen, Dinner 1,000-2000 yen*Menu: Suji-negiyaki 1,190 yen, Butanikutama 780 yen*Credit cards are accepted.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Source:食べログ

Originator of “Negiyaki”

Negiyaki is similar to okonomiyaki, but its characteristics are that the ingredient is not cabbage, but green onion, and the condiment is not sauce, but soy-sauce-based-dip. The dip tastes refreshing as it contains lemon juice, and harmonizes with the sweetness of green onion.

Source:食べログ

Impregnable Popular Dish “Suji-Negiyaki”

The absolute popular dish among many others is “Suji-negiyaki” (1,190 yen). It is Negiyaki which contains a lot of salty-sweet stewed cow line meat and konjac. The dough is cooked soft and fluffy with light texture, and smells the flavor of soup stock made from dried bonito. It contains stunningly a lot of green onion.

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”Butanikutama” Served with the Original Sauce

The restaurant’s recommendation among okonomiyaki menu items is “Butanikutama” (780 yen). It is a basic pork okonomiyaki having the sweetness of well-smothered cabbage and the mild taste of egg. The original sauce is curry-flavored and its spicy smell arouses your appetite.

Source:食べログ

Negiyaki Yamamoto Est Umeda

Yamamoto used to originally be a small okonomiyaki restaurant. The origin of “Negiyaki” is okonomiyaki cooked with green onion instead of cabbage as a snack for children who helped the restaurant. Okonomiyaki with lots of green onion “Negiyaki” is now a standard menu item of many okonomiyaki restaurants. There is always a line at the originator of “Negiyaki” in which the dough is cooked with overflowing green onion and served with soy-sauce-based-dip instead of the sauce.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Source:食べログ

Originator of “Negiyaki”

Negiyaki is similar to okonomiyaki, but its characteristics are that the ingredient is not cabbage, but green onion, and the condiment is not sauce, but soy-sauce-based-dip. The dip tastes refreshing as it contains lemon juice, and harmonizes with the sweetness of green onion.

Source:食べログ

Impregnable Popular Dish “Suji-Negiyaki”

The absolute popular dish among many others is “Suji-negiyaki” (1,190 yen). It is Negiyaki which contains a lot of salty-sweet stewed cow line meat and konjac. The dough is cooked soft and fluffy with light texture, and smells the flavor of soup stock made from dried bonito. It contains stunningly a lot of green onion.

Source:食べログ

”Butanikutama” Served with the Original Sauce

The restaurant’s recommendation among okonomiyaki menu items is “Butanikutama” (780 yen). It is a basic pork okonomiyaki having the sweetness of well-smothered cabbage and the mild taste of egg. The original sauce is curry-flavored and its spicy smell arouses your appetite.

Source:食べログ

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