This is a tiny little Tacoyaki spot in Ekoda facing a big Pachiko Parlor. I've walked past it countless times but it just never peaked my interest... but this night after having an all you can eat drik Yakitori dinner my friend wanted to check it out.
At the entrance there is a bit 10 yen Chi-Hi drink sign... 2 please!
6 pieces start at 400yen... 8 for 520yen and 10 for 640yen.
Omutako, yakisoba, etc.
L shaped counter seating.
This was my shio dressing Taco Yaki. The outside was nice and krispy (thinking its extra crispy because there was very little traffic into this restaurant).
My friends Sauce topped Tacoyaki... standard.
The 10 yen Chu-Hi! Filled with sooooooo many ice cubes. Only took a few sips to finish this.
Chef making TacoYaki
Free colorful water cups.
April 18th and it was like winter tonight!
Overall hmmm.... really nothing special at all... don't think I'll ever be back again. Do you know what the word "あきない Akinai" means? "Never get tired of" but in my case I think i'd akiru~.
Restaurant: Ekoda Taco Yaki Akinai たこ焼き あきない
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