Pancake Shop HOKUHOKU
HOKUHOKU opened in Shinsaibashi during the unprecedented pancake boom of 2012. Amazingly, this is my very first visit.
The secret to a great pancake is the dough. These pancakes are fluffy on the inside, crispy on the outside, and have a savory scent of butter.
The POP really stands out.
What’s more, they’re cute! I can see why they’re so popular with the ladies.
I was surprised by the pancake tower to the left of the entrance!
I entered the restaurant half-expecting that they would serve something like that to me!
The interior is a cute space of white and pink.
I ordered the hybrid “Cookie Pancake.”
To make this they bake cookie dough, place that on pancake batter and cook it in a frying pan, then cook it all again in an oven. This three-stage pancake certainly requires time and effort.
The top looks like a cookie, but look at it from the side and it’s a pancake.
It’s great that you can’t tell that it’s layered just by looking at it.
The wonderful scent of cookie really whets the appetite.
I cut into it.
There’s an interesting contrast between the fluffiness on the inside and the crunchiness on the outside.
The favor of the freshly baked cookie matches with the pancake exquisitely.
The light, airy cream and cool, bitter chocolate ice cream really serve to accentuate the flavor of the pancake.
EVERYTHING IS SO DELICIOUS!!!!!
Who knew that cookies and pancakes would go together like this?
The performance of these two sweets working together to express their deliciousness is just made for the ladies.
I’m sure that men will like it as well.
This ultimate hybrid pancake could only have been born in a pancake specialty shop… and only by a woman.
HOKUHOKU opens at 10:00, and until noon you can enjoy a morning pancake for just one coin (500 yen).
*For pancake lovers
*For those who love to enjoy pancakes in the morning
*For those looking for delicious pancakes in Shinsaibashi
I recommend HOKUHOKU.
They offer take-out as well, so why not get some for work during break time!
|address||KITASUMIYA Building 1F, 1-10-33, Nishishinsaibashi, Chuo-ku Osaka-shi, Osaka Google Map|
|transport||145m from Yotsubashi Station|