😋Okonomiyaki & Monjayaki in Oshiage @oshiageyoshikatu
At Oshiage Yoshikatsu, you can enjoy the real taste of the Edo period as they serve dishes that make the most of local ingredients and focus on such Edo vegetables. The depth and flavor of the dishes made with Edo vegetables are very appealing and a must-try when you visit.
I was surprised that the okonomiyaki at Oshiage Yoshikatsu was lighter in texture than those at other restaurants! According to the master, rice flour is also mixed in.
I ate all the Edo vegetables!
Some Edo vegetables are difficult to cultivate or produced in small quantities, making them rare and valuable. They are different from common vegetables and have unique colors, shapes, and flavors.
I particularly liked the Takaido Hanbaku cucumbers this time. They look beautiful and taste sweet and delicious! These cucumbers have been grown in certain areas of Tokyo for a long time and have an unusual appearance: white on the top half and green on the bottom half.
I usually dislike the smell of cucumbers, but when I tasted this cucumber, I was surprised to know that there is such a delicious cucumber in the world! I was surprised to find out how delicious cucumbers are in the world.
The restaurant has a casual and warm atmosphere, and you can watch the teppan cooking up close.
Thanks @sumida_ambassadors for inviting me