A fine rendition of Osaka-style okonomiyaki ($8.25), with one reservation. From the cashier's cry of "Pork!" (there's also a seafood version) to the handoff of my okonomiyaki, the time was impossibly brief for a savory pancake to be griddled and dressed to order. Like other Midtown food trucks, Okadaman must make hay during the lunchtime rush, so okonomiyaki are prepared and packaged in advance. It's possible that even night-market methods of mass production might not meet the demand.
Truck parked, this late morning, on 48th St. near Park Ave., Manhattan