Enjoy an aromatic cup of authentic drip coffee, made with a machine named "Drip Master", replicating the extraction techniques of an award-winning barista. Try the popular original blend with an item from the cafe's full menu of satisfying meals and desserts. The cafe can accommodate a variety of situations. It is wifi ready, has a separate smoking section and counter seats with outlets. A perfect place to take a break.
This steak restaurant is just off of the Umesan Kouji Arcade. The large steaks are served on sizzling iron plates and come with three different sauces including garlic. Favorites include rare Wagyu beef filet or sirloin steaks that melt in your mouth, so that even females can eat them all up. The salad bar set is available after 5pm. Order a draft sparkling wine or some other drink to go with your meal and enjoy!
Omurice Hokkyokuse is a branch of Hokkyokusei, an establishment famous for its omurice dish (omelet with a filling of ketchup‐seasoned fried rice) with a history of more than 90 years. The standard Chicken Omurice, with its soft egg texture and special sauce creating a delicate balance, earned its reputation as the taste that represents Osaka. One mouthful and you are bound to agree. Check out Omurice's extensive menu, as well as specials available only at this branch. Most items are available for take out.
An old Omurice establishment and birthplace, the hugely popular Hokkyokusei's recommendation is the Hashed Beef Omurice. This delicious dish is a combination of Demi-glacé based Hashed beef sauce, chicken rice and fluffy eggs. The restaurant's menu also includes Original Omurice, Mentaiko Omurice and many others that make use of seasonal ingredients. Glass walls offer a view into the kitchen where the chef can show off his performance-style cooking skills.
"Japanese-style Wa Pasta" that features seasonal vegetables -- for instance asparagus in the spring, eggplants and tomatoes in the summer -- is hugely popular. The pasta sauce for each entree was inspired by the Japanese Dashi concept that highlights ingredients like shaved bonito or Konbu seaweed. Other dishes include waffles made from soymilk, Matcha pudding, as well as other Japanese inspired desserts. Use this space as a cafe and enjoy the naturalistic decor while taking a tea break.
The aroma of freshly baked pies wafts through this pie store originally from Australia. It offers around 15 different types of savory and sweet pies. Each one has a face drawn on it, making these pies fun for the eyes and the taste buds. The spicy meat pie (Classic Mince Beef) is one of the favorites. Also recommended are the various pies made for the Japanese market that are available for a limited time. The drink menu is extensive, but don't miss the cute little face in the Pie Face Latte! It will bring a smile to your face.