Gindako Bar Aomonoyokocho

openmon ‐ fri 15:30〜23:00
sat sun holiday 11:00~22:00
map2-7-17 Minamishinagawa

Patrons of this establishment can enjoy takoyaki (ballshapedbattered and fried octopus) with their choice ofover ten types of topping, including bar-only options.There is also a full bar menu that offers items such asstews and skewers. The bar itself serves a wide rangeof drinks, and is well-known for its highballs. Beers,highballs, and lemon sours are all available at a discountduring happy hour.

Crispy skin, tender inside, and plump octopus” is the motto of Gindako’s takoyaki.

In addition to takoyaki, the Aomonoyokocho branch offers a wide variety of bar menu items, including stewed octopus, sinew stew, and grilled pork, which are rare among Gindako restaurants.

The classic yet ever-popular sauce takoyaki and beef lamb steak are the Aomonoyokocho branch’s most popular menu items.

The usage of the restaurant is diverse, with regular customers who come several times a week, families, izakaya-users who come to the second house for a closing drink, and locals who use the takoyaki and yakisoba take-out service.

Each customer uses the restaurant in a way that suits his or her lifestyle.

The spacious interior with a counter seating 12 and tables seating 30 makes it easy for a single woman to enter.

Happy hour is also available, making it a great place for an early night drink.