Takoichi Lets Takoyaki Live up to Its Street Food Name with a Street Takeout WindowDecember 14, 2018
Takoichi has been around for a while, with branches in Malate and Pasay. But their latest branch in Makati stands out for the cute set-up: a takeout window along Dela Rosa Street. It is part of a food hall called the Pantree, where half the stalls have takeout windows with steps to walk up to them. They are hard to miss if you’re walking along the street, and they certainly caught our eye.
But it is more than just a cute gimmick. Osaka’s Best Takoichi offers the famous street food that remains true to its roots. The woman behind the business is called Auntie Rowena, and she spent 4 years in Japan, where she learned to make takoyaki that we expect would make Osakans proud. Bite through the crispy outside for the doughy interior that houses the tako (octopus) and you’ll be transported.
OSaka’s Best TAKOICHI
A stall in Makati that makes fresh takoyaki upon order.