Monja-yaki restaurant at Tsukishima, Banbi

If you’re food lover, I guess you’ve already know Okonomiyaki, Japanese pancake.
It’s Osaka region speciality, and we also have pancake of Tokyo speciality which’s called as Monja-yaki 🙂

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We went to Tsukishima station, which’s famous for Monja-yaki.
There’re street just in front of the station, and there’re more than 50 Monja-yaki restaurant there.
It’s hard to choose one restaurant, but this time we went to “Banbi”.

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There’re so many kinds of Monja-yaki.. you can choose your favorite combination.
They also offer Okonomiyaki, but you should try Monja-yaki if you’re in Tokyo 🙂

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Our Monja-yaki is based on Mochi, Mentaiko(fish roe), and cheese.

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Monja-yaki is much more liquid so make the wall with cabbage then pour the dough inside.

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When we eat it, use special spoon and eat from the pan directly.
The sauceis already mixed in the dough, so it’s not like Okonomiyaki.
It doesn’t look nice, but taste nice!

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and we ordered Anko-maki (rolled sweet bean paste) for our dessert too..

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If you want to try something Tokyo speciality, please try it 🙂

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8 thoughts on “Monja-yaki restaurant at Tsukishima, Banbi

  1. Oh, the anko-maki looks like it was really good. I went to a monja-yaki restaurant in Tsukishima when I was in Japan for the first time and I loved it.

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