焼きそば Yakisoba



Yakisoba is pan-fried noodles.

Although Its origin may be Chinese food, Japanese Yakisoba is now very popular among the people of all age.
Unlike “ざるそば Zarusoba”, which has sophisticated taste, Yakisoba is more casual and has stronger taste. Because it is seasoned with Worcestershire sauce and sometimes with mayonnaise.

Some izakaya have seasoned not  worcestershire sauce but salt Yakisoba. If there are both taste of Yakisoba and you are in large group, I recommend trying both of them.
Yakisoba matches beer very well, so please try Japanese beer together.



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