Even though you’ll find better okonomiyaki in Osaka, when in Kyoto, you would be hard-pressed to find a better source than Kora Tei. The Korean owners replicate this large, savory seafood pancake to perfection, topping it with either some Kewpie mayo or bonito flakes or both. Reminiscent of their own seafood pancakes from Korea, called haemul pajun, the okonomiyaki here is griddled and cooked at your table, to make the experience more interactive. Get a giant beer and you’re all set.
943-3 Kamigyouku Simokiyokuraguchi Chou, Kyoto; (81) 0-75-4318961