This cute restaurant is tucked in the corner of the restaurant floor of the Fukuoka Bus Centre. Walk in, and you will be asked “How many people”. Indicate with your fingers how many people you have in your party and you’ll be lead to a table. The waitress will then place a “menu” on your table – a receipt type piece of paper that lists everything in Japanese. Look below for translations (but be aware that the copy in the restaurant is purely Japanese!). Point to what you want, and they’ll start cooking it. You can watch your dinner being cooked over at the grill. If you order okonomiyaki, it will be bought to your table already cut into squares. Top with your preferred amount of okonomiyaki sauce and mayonnaise, and dig in!
No English is spoken here, but everyone is really friendly, the food is fabulous and cheap, and you can get a drink with your meal, perfect.
|デラックス (Delux)||1,100 JPY||焼きそば (Yaki Soba)||550 JPY|
|ミックス (Mix)||850 JPY||“大盛 (large serve)||650 JPY|
|肉玉子 (Meat/Egg)||600 JPY||焼きうどん (Yaki Udon)||550 JPY|
|イカ玉子 (Squid/Egg)||600 JPY||“大盛 (large serve)||650 JPY|
|エビ玉子 (Prawn/Egg)||600 JPY||焼きめし (Fried Rice)||550 JPY|
|チーズ玉子 (Cheese/Egg)||600 JPY||“大盛 (large serve)||650 JPY|
|コーン玉子 (Corn/Egg)||600 JPY||肉野菜いため (Stir Fry)||550 JPY|
|肉 (Meat)||550 JPY||“大盛 (large serve)||650 JPY|
|イカ (Squid)||550 JPY||御飯（小） (Small Rice)||550|
|エビ (Prawn)||550 JPY||ビール（中）(Beer)||500 JPY|
|チーズ (Cheese)||550 JPY||コーラ (Coke)||200 JPY|
|コーン (Corn)||550 JPY||オレンジ (Orange Juice)||200 JPY|
|玉子 (Egg)||450 JPY||ジンジャエール (Gingerale)||200 JPY|
|ヤサイ (Vegetable)||400 JPY|