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All reviews okonomiyaki seafood noodles pancakes pork hiroshima style hot plate worth the wait the grill vegetarian menu bomb dome wait in line local food green onions sit at the counter peace memorial long queue
We loved this place and still talk about it months after eating here. For 2 adults and 2 tweens who were hungry we ordered four pancakes and it was way too much. Order two to three max. Bathroom was cool with a neat all in...More
This is the place for okonomiyaki !! It's an incredible place, very cozy, great food and great drink. I had the Hiroshima drink...very refreshing in the japanese hot summer weather. The food is special and very tasty!!
My partner and I are vegetarian and liked this place and the food so much we went back the next day! Lots of options to choose from.
They are very careful and mindful of vegetarians and use seperate utensils and sauces to prepare the vegetarian...More
Fantastic little restaurant that makes scrumptious okonomiyaki . Your meal is prepared by the Chef’s on large grill in front of you and then once cooked transferred to your table grill to keep warm.
Service is fantastic with pleasant staff that ensure that you have...More
After visiting the Peace Museum, we walked back over the bridge and found this place right on the corner. It was 2pm and a cold Thursday afternoon so no queue. It was our first time sampling the Hiroshima Okonomiyaki style food and it was great!...More
This restaurant makes the best hiroshima style Okonomiyaki I have ever had.
The shop itself is charming and the service very good.
Be aware that if you don't come early you might have to wait in line for your turn.
Knew about this place from a Japan page online and decided to drop by, making it a part of my itinerary.
The place did not disappoint. The staff were very nice and the food was extremely good. My only regret was only eating here once....More
The restaurant is well-located near the a-bomb dome. We stayed in Hiroshima for 4 days and we saw people waiting everytime we passed by. Definitely worth the time to queue(We waited 30 mins with a baby!). Some of the staff speak English and there is...More
Somewhere between dinner and a floor show. Wonderful dish no matter which variation you try (I liked the garlic one). If you are sitting on the kitchen side you get to watch the ballet of food preparation with four cooks in a narrow galley kitchen,...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... 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. :)