Sunday, October 25, 2009

OCTOBOY Food Express



To satisfy our TAKOYAKI cravings, we headed to Octoboy's and got ourselves 2 orders of TAKOYAKIs and ordered a Japanese Pizza (a.k.a. OKONOMIYAKI) too!

While waiting, Sofia gamely poses for the camera :)


The chef told us that the TAKOYAKIs and OKONOMIYAKI were best eaten right after it's served.

But the dining area was small plus we brought Sofia along so we decided to just bring the food home.


Anyway, it was very entertaining to see how our food was being cooked.
The chef and his assistant were wearing plastic gloves for hygienic purposes, which we truly appreciated.


And then.. our food is ready..

TAKOYAKI
SHRIMP - Php 100 per 6 pieces
Yes, it may be a little bit pricey for a takoyaki, but for someone craving like me, it's worth it!
We just hope they also offer serving it in smaller portions - 3 pcs or 4 pcs.


OKONOMIYAKI
SQUID - Php 230
The Okonomiyaki was just like the takoyaki made BIGGER and stuffed with BACON.
For us, the bacon was overpowering. It would also be better if it's a little bit spicy :p



One comment on the packaging of the okonomiyaki - surely, a box will be best for this to prevent spillage and being mashed.


OCTOBOY Food Express
670 Banawe St. (beside CHINABANK) corner Retiro St. QC
583-5496
409-2704





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