7100 Elmbridge Way, Richmond
Price: Fair, but could be consider Expensive if you load up on toppings
A new form of restaurant has sprung up in Richmond in an abandoned parking lot by Gilbert and Elmbridge. Originally it was just one trailer style food stall that sold giant takoyaki, but the owner has now expanded that area to include 3 food stalls. I also over heard that a new one might join the scene soon (probably a dessert stall).
Since we already tried Tenku Bakudanyaki (highly recommend their Teriyaki special), so our goal was to try the latter 2. However we were tight on time, and Shoryumen opened earlier (11:30am), so we had to settle for one stall this time.
Overall, this is definitely interesting dining experience, as you had to stand and eat at the counter. Since the food is actually good, I would recommend people to go try it out. Here is a little secret, after chatting with the owner and over hearing a bit of the conversation with another customer, it seems the land they are currently on is having lease problem, so now they are thinking to relocate. The questions is where? All I am going to say is that it will move closer to me, in fact pretty close to where I use to live. (I hope :P)