After walking around Dōtonbori, for a few hours, it was time for dinner. We found another place for okonomiyaki.
“Irasshaimase!” (いらっしゃいませ！), means “Welcome to the store!”
At Chibo, the setup is a bit different from Milky Way. Here the chefs cook at a much bigger frying surface and serve them to you on a warm aluminum surface.
Chef in action!
I think that is one of ours.
So here is the Hiroshima style okonomiyaki. It has noodles inside.
The way they put the mayo on is so pretty. So bad for my waist line… hahahaa
This is our second okonomiyaki. It is negi style (ねぎ) which means spring onions. The negi is inside the okonomiyaki.
Mayo so good~
Overall Chibo is not bad. One thing we did notice is that the price on the display seems to be different than the price on the menu. Not sure if we made a mistake or not but it did feel a bit more expensive than Milky Way. Also, we like having the frying surface embedded into our dining table instead of with the chef. Next time we go to Osaka, we will try more okonomiyaki restaurants and get fat at the same time!