The Takoyaki Truck

A few weeks ago, I went to my first South Bay Din Din a Go Go. I am so glad more food trucks are coming to my stomping grounds rather than me chasing them around. What’s takoyaki? It’s Japanese street food…. octopus balls!

The technique looked very simple. One of the workers poured the mixture of eggs, flour, octopus pieces, and veggies into something that looked like a muffin tin on a griddle. After a few moments, he simply twirled around each serving into a ball shape.

These golden beauties arrived piping hot & sadly in a flimsy plastic container that wouldn’t stay still which is tough when there’s not many places to sit since it’s a food truck fest, not a restaurant. The food itself was decent. I’m glad I tried it once. I would eat it again in the future but I won’t go out of my way for it. However, it was something unique, which I liked.

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2 thoughts on “The Takoyaki Truck

    • I’ll agree with you on that one. Like I said, the container was flimsy, the takoyaki was hot… think I’ll talk your suggestion next time I have some & bring it home.