Dohtonbori goes local with its lineup of Filipino-inspired okonomiyaki

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Okonomiyaki restaurant Dohtonbori has just announced that it is launching “The Filipino Okonomiyaki Experience,” which sees three Japanese-style savory pancakes receiving a Pinoy twist using local flavors beloved by Filipino foodies.

In Japan, the okonomiyaki is usually made using a combination of flour, eggs, shredded cabbage, and a meat filling, which are then formed into a patty and grilled on both sides.

From now until Sept. 17, customers can buy the pancakes cooked in the flavors of kare kare, Bicol Express, and sisig. All are priced at PHP385 (US$7.36) each and are available in all six of Dohtonburi’s branches.

Photo: Dohtonburi Philippines/FB

First opening in 2015, Dohtonburi Philippines is the local franchise of a Japanese restaurant chain. Since its opening, it has become known for popularizing okonomiyaki in the country.

To find out more about the limited edition pancakes, check out Dohtonburi’s Facebook page here.

Dohtonburi is at Cullinan Prime Building, No. 8 Missouri Street, Greenhills, San Juan City, Metro Manila
Open daily, 11am-11pm 
Phone: (632) 758 4391
FB: @dohtonboriph| IG: @dohtonbori_ph

*Plus many more branches across the Philippines

Read more about places to eat around the metro here.

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