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All reviews okonomiyaki seafood pancakes noodles pork hiroshima style worth the wait hot plate vegetarian menu the grill bomb dome wait in line long line sit at the counter peace memorial local food japanese pancake
Had to wait in line a little but was able to look at the menu and order while we waited for our seats. Had multiple vegetarian categories, English speaking staff and we sat at the counter and watched them work! The food stays warm on...More
Lovely, popular restaurant specialising in okonomiyaki. One of the few restaurants with genuine vegan and vegetarian choices for a fussy daughter. Delicious and very reasonably priced. Fabulous atmosphere and friendly staff. We waited around 30 minutes in a queue outside but service was very quick...More
Our friends had told us we had to try this delicious Japanese pancake, this was a great place to do it! It’s a small, unassuming local place right across the street from ground zero building in Peace Park. We decided to go here based on...More
We stumbled across this place after our visit to the museum. I’ve always wanted to try the okonomiyaki and this didn’t disappoint. Small que outside to get in but this is customary for most good restaurants in japan. We sat at the counter and could...More
This restaurant is nearby the Peace Memorial and extremely easy and friendly for foreign guests. Ordering is east, and the food is well worth the wait - as its extremely popular - don't expect to walk up and be seated at any time of day
If you are visiting Hiroshima this is a must. Nagata-ya have a vast menu to choose from and you can personalise your order. Also offering a separate vegan and vegetarian menu with clearly labelled ingredients. Huge portions and great value for money.
Always a line...More
Absolutely delicious, served on a heated pan, together with their recommended lichi wine it was a wonderful experience. Staff was very polite and always smiling. I recommend this place while in Hiroshima.
Interesting question. Offhand I would say the sauce does not contain alcohol. Otofuku is a Hiroshima-based company that makes okonomiyaki sauce. While I do not know whether Nagata-ya uses Otofuku's sauce, it's reasonable to... More
Interesting question. Offhand I would say the sauce does not contain alcohol. Otofuku is a Hiroshima-based company that makes okonomiyaki sauce. While I do not know whether Nagata-ya uses Otofuku's sauce, it's reasonable to assume the sauce recipe is similar. Otofuku's okonomiyaki sauce is available commercially in the US and lists the following ingredients: tomato, date, onion, apple, carrot, peach, orange, garlic, water, high fructose corn syrup, vinegar, sugar, hydrolyzed soy protein, salt, modified food starch, soy sauce, yeast extract, guargum, shiitake mushroom, caramel coloring. Anyway if you have dietary restrictions, consider asking your hotel staff to write your dietary restrictions down in Japanese on a piece of paper to avoid any confusion. :)