Karaage is a Japanese cooking procedure of different type of meat—regularly chicken, yet in addition other meat and fish—are deep fried in oil. The procedure includes gently covering little bits of the meat or fish with a prepared wheat flour or potato starch blend, and broiling in a light oil.
This appetizing pizza containing an assortment of fixings. The name is gotten from the word okonomi, signifying “how you like” or “what you like”, and yaki signifying “cooked”. This particular dish is made out of shredded cabbages mix with a batter made out of flour, water and egg. It is then pan fried till crisp & topped off with a variety of condiments.
Come and grab yourself a freshly made karage chicken & okonomi yaki at Publika throughout the priod of our B.I.G. Japan’s Summer festival happening from 1 Augusr – 1 September 2019.
What’s In Store
Eat & Drink