Here’s some delightful news for fans of Osaka’s okonomiyaki restaurant Tsuruhashi Fugetsu! The brand has made its debut in Singapore and is nestled right at Suntec City’s Eat At Seven. The brand has 75 outlets in Japan, 3 in Korea, 1 in Taiwan and America.
So,what is okonomiyaki?
It is a Japanese dish originating from Kansai, Osaka. It is often described as a “Japanese -style pizza”. This dish consists of wheat flour, Japanese yam and cabbages, before being grilled with thin slices of pork!
What to expect in Fugetsu?
Here at Fugetsu, they serve more than just the classic okonomiyaki. The menu consists of modan-yaki, yakisoba, and even teppanyaki. All dishes are delivered on a hot plate to your table and placed on the metal pan at your table.
Cheetama-Buta Tama (S$14.80++)
The layer of cheese is a great compliment to this Osaka famous pancake. The cheese holds the ingredients well together and does not overpower the flavours.
How about the Waiting/ Serving Time?
The okonomiyaki takes around 20 minutes to be prepared. So, get some small bites like Tonpei-yaki, or the Fried Buta Kimchi. For something heavier, try the Omelet-Yakisoba.
The Tonpei-yaki (S$9.80++), is a pork omelette prepared in Osaka style. The dish is drizzled with teriyaki sauce and bonito flakes. The sauce was not too overpowering, instead, it was a great combination of the pork.
The Fried Buta Kimchi (S$9.80++), is simply stir-fried pork with Kimchi. It acts as a great appetiser as the Kimchi tastes just right and warms up your taste buds.
If slices of pork are not your thing, try the Omelet Yakisoba ( S$13.80++). This dish is a union of fried egg noodles and pork, topped with a blanket of omelette. The texture of the noodles is springy and is a perfect match with the egg.
With Japanese word donning poster decorating Fujitsu, and chef preparing the dishes in an open kitchen concept. The experience at Fujitsu will whisk you away to the streets of Osaka, and this place is a treat for pork lovers!
Okonomiyaki is associated with Kansai (Osaka) or Hiroshima areas of Japan. Thus there are different types of okonomiyaki.
Read about Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki here.
Address: 3 Temasek Boulevard
Suntec City North Wing (Sky Garden)
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