Culinary specialties of Osaka 大阪の名物

What to taste in Osaka?

Osaka, the third-largest city in Japan, is famous for its culinary culture. For many, it is emblematic of Japanese street food: the city that saw the birth of instant noodles and sushi bars!

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Okonomiyaki

5 Okonomiyaki Restaurants in Osaka

Great pride of Osaka and emblem of the city's street food, okonomiyaki, this Japanese omelet, can be enjoyed in a box or at the counter in several welcoming establishments.

The sky bridge restaurant

Le Pont du Ciel

Give up your chopsticks for a French meal. The Pont du Ciel transports you to the land of Brillat-Savarin.

Restaurant Isaribi

Isaribi

Japan offers a wide culinary variety especially in terms of cooking methods. In Osaka, Isaribi offers wood-fire barbecues, also called robatayaki.