お好み焼き ( Okonomiyaki )
Okonomiyaki (Japanese: お好み焼き, (listen)) is a Japanese Teppanyaki, savoury pancake dish consisting of wheat flour batter and other ingredients (mixed, or as toppings) cooked on a teppan (flat griddle). Common additions include cabbage, meat, and seafood, and toppings include okonomiyaki sauce (made with Worcestershire sauce), aonori (dried seaweed flakes), katsuobushi (bonito flakes), Japanese mayonnaise, and pickled ginger.
Okonomiyaki is mainly associated with two distinct variants from Hiroshima or the Kansai region of Japan, but is widely available throughout the country, with toppings and batters varying by area. The name is derived from the word okonomi, meaning "how you like" or "what you like", and yaki, meaning "grilled". It is an example of konamono (konamon in the Kansai dialect), or flour-based Japanese cuisine.
A liquid-based okonomiyaki, popular in Tokyo, is called monjayaki. Outside of Japan, it can also be found served in Manila, Taipei, Bangkok, and Jakarta by street vendors.