Have some fusion takoyaki fun at Kindaco, where they've invented a lineup of tasty "neo-takoyaki" creations inspired by European and Asian cuisines. The blue-cheese takoyaki and green-curry takoyaki are our favorites, but all the variations we've tried have been distinctively flavored and well executed, with tender chunks of octopus at their heart.
Other takoyaki varieties are topped with mozzarella, tomato and basil; prosciutto and cheese; and Hollandaise with truffle oil. There's a five-piece assortment (Y880) if you want to try everything at once, or you can order four pieces of any one flavor for Y580.
Side dishes include grilled pork with unusual sauces (fresh tomato sauce; Balsamico) and yakisoba with unusual toppings (truffle-mushroom; Genovese). Champagne and cocktails are also served. There's a small take-out menu, but unfortunately it's limited to more ordinary types of takoyaki.
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