Takoyaki Tanota is giving Los Angeles, CA a new Japanese tradition to partake in. What originated on the streets of Osaka is now being made in the city of angels: a round, doughy, puffy snack stuffed with a myriad of mouthwatering ingredients.
The best part? It's all available on the go, out of a food trailer roaming the streets in style. But first, let's dig into how these little goodies are made: a mix of egg and flour that's then stuffed with octopus bits and veggies that's cooked in a specialty grill. The result? Perfectly crispy on the outside and tender on the inside, making for an irresistible street food. From the original dressed in tanota sauce, mayo, bonito flakes and green seaweed to others dressed in parmesan cheese and truffle oil, there's a takoyaki for all to enjoy at Takoyaki Tanota. So why wait? Track 'em down in Los Angeles to get your fill, or have 'em bring 'em to your next event. Trust us. They won't disappoint.
Wasabi - spice up your boring lunch routine with these little goodies dressed in spicy wasabi mayo, tanota sauce, seaweed and wasabi flakes