Good luck in your new location!
Fishy taste to pancakes. Not what I expected. Didn't go well with peanut butter sesame milkshake, although milkshake was the best part.
I would recommend a ids menu, or at least a couple more benign menu options
There was only one person working and it took an inordinate amount of time to complete the order. Another person was waiting and had to just go wait in her car (she was also using a Groupon) waiting for him to finish my order (which took over 20 minutes). I did not really like the pancakes either. Makes me not want to buy any more food groupons - was a waste of money for this one.
Food was terrible. I got the pork belly pancake. Texture was mushy. Miso soup was mediocre at best.
Great trailer! Would recommend to anyone interested in trying new things!
From Our Editors
During his travels abroad Michael Pearson fell in love with the popular street food okonomiyaki, a savory, pizza-like Japanese pancake. Eager to bring the delicacy stateside, Michael opened Yoko Ono Miyaki!, where he adds a Texas-style twist to okonomiyaki by topping his pancakes with ingredients such as pork belly, sesame-garlic tempeh, boudin, and oven-roasted brisket. Behind his walk-up window, Michael also whips up other Japanese treats to accompany his okonomiyaki, including miso soup, edamame, and banana milk from freshly milked bananas.
Yoko Ono Miyaki!