I really liked the kobe beef variant of the okonomiyaki (their "pancake")
Foursquare - January 2017
Good home cooked food. Though the vibe trumps the food. The pork is a bit too tough and eggs are a bit too sweet. Rice is perfectly cooked though!
Foursquare - October 2016
Homey feel and excellent service. Perfect amount.
Foursquare - September 2016
Okonomiyaki with Kobe beef was ok. Ordered golden trio. Hamburger steak was tasty, potato croquette was good, and curry was tasty. When we were asked how spicy for the curry we said spicy, I wish it was more spicy as it was kinda mild for me. The nanban chicken was kinda bland without the sauce, and that definitely wasn't spicy. However it was good portion for the price with appetizer, salad, and mins soup includes with the meal.
GooglePlace - August 2016
Four for the okonomiyaki. But wasn't a fan of anything else to be quite honest (but we only got the appetizer, miso, salad, and edamame because technically this was dinner #2) so that is not saying much.
The California (pork + avocado) Okonomiyaki came on a skillet and was definitely on the thick and creamy side. If Okonomiyaki is considered the Japanese equivalent of a pizza, then this is more of a Chicago deep dish style instead of a New York Pizza type. It had a healthy dose of mayo and the pork was nice and crispy on top.
Our miso came out only slightly warm (as if it had been sitting out for a while - but we did show up near closing time). It was gross.
Appetizer special of the day was a fried chip with a seafood mash that tasted like fishy mashed potatoes. We ended up eating a few bites and leaving it.
Edamame was extremely garlicy. There were giant chunks of fried garlic that I ended up putting on top of my rice and to add more punches of flavor to the okonomiyaki. Wish they had sriracha or some other flavoring to add spice to my okonomiyaki but that's just my American side talking.
GooglePlace - May 2016