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Take a bite at these three Atlanta takoyaki shops

Sophie-Ann McCulloch

ATLANTA, GA - The taste of Japanese food is like no other. The combination of sweet, savory, and sometimes even sour on top of uniquely textured food leaves you craving for more.

Takoyaki is one of the most popular Japanese hot snacks. It’s made of pieces of octopus mixed in a batter that can be customized with green onions, red ginger, cheese, and many more ingredients. Though octopus is the traditional main ingredient, many takoyaki has also been customized using other ingredients such as sausages, imitation crab, or cheese. If you’re looking for some of the best takoyaki in Atlanta, here are three places you can consider.

Ginya Izakaya

1700 Northside Dr. NW / 470-355-5621 / ginyaizakayaatlanta.com

Ginya Izakaya is known for serving one of the most authentic and largest takoyaki in Atlanta. They would fill each takoyaki ball with a generous amount of octopus to keep you satiated. You can even ask for extra takoyaki sauce on the side if you want to dip them by yourself.

Jinya Ramen Bar - Buckhead

3714 Roswell Rd. Unit 35 / 404-254-4770 / jinya-ramenbar.com

Jinya serves five takoyaki balls per plate, all with a generous serving of sauce, mayonnaise, green onions, and dried tuna flakes also (katsuobushi). You will get an ice cream stick for every takoyaki ball so you won’t have to worry about not being able to use chopsticks while eating.

Yakitori Jinbei

2421 Cobb Parkway SE / 770-818-9215 / yakitorijinbei.com

With every serving of takoyaki, you will get six crispy takoyaki balls topped with plenty of condiments and heaps of katsuobushi. It’s crunchy outside and juicy inside, making you feel like you bought them directly in Japan.

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