eh ‘di balls!

As previously mentioned in my 52 weeks post, Mom and I “celebrated” Mother’s Day by having takoyaki for lunch from a kiosk called “eh ‘di balls!”.

Eh ‘di balls! is located in the second floor of Festival Mall in Muntinlupa City. The takoyaki tastes pretty good and is affordable. They also offer a different version, instead of squid, there’s a piece of beef strip inside the ball. They call it shabu-shabu beef takoyaki. It tastes the same as the original takoyaki, maybe because they have the same ingredients except for the beed strip.

Mom said it’s authentic, very similar with the ones from Japan. The sauce used and the mayo is Japanese, and there’s nori too. The best we’ve tasted so far.

15 Comments

  1. Umi
    17 May, 2012

    Wow! They have “big balls” over there! Hihi. Not really a type of takoyaki/teriyaki person tho. But that looks delicious!

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  2. Cruz Charie
    5 August, 2012

    Wow That’s yummy! I’m now wondering if there’s Chinese version for that. I’ll look for easy chinese recipe/> for that.

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  3. Chef Jasper
    5 August, 2012

    been seeing a number of takoyaki stands and i was wondering which one’s really authentic. good to hear.

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  4. lovemindanao
    5 August, 2012

    those are comfort food . i love it especially at times when i am really hungry and all the food chains are full …. ,ill hit the food stand

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  5. Itsberyllicious
    5 August, 2012

    i love takoyaki but i’m always hesitant to try those found in food stalls.. had my share of disappointments 🙁 Syang this is too far from our place.. you should try Octoboy in Tomas Morato, they really have very good takoyaki 🙂

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  6. Vonn Angelie David
    5 August, 2012

    i like takoyaki much!!!

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  7. pinoychocophile
    5 August, 2012

    they look very interesting and authentic…good you like it, I wonder if have those here in Quezon City…

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  8. Aldous Calubad
    5 August, 2012

    I love takoyaki but I would not eat it for lunch…maybe merienda =p

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  9. Angie Vianzon
    5 August, 2012

    I’m a big fan of Takoyaki and as of the moment my favorite one would be Samurai Balls’ Takoyaki. I wonder how does an authentic Takoyaki taste like?

    xoxo
    angievianzon.blogspot.com

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  10. Ron Leyba
    5 August, 2012

    Kinda strange but catchy name. That store name can portray 2 meanings hehe. Nice one though.

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  11. Maria Gemma Defeo-Hilotin
    5 August, 2012

    interesting stand.. lol! pero i miss these balls! lol!

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  12. aylin
    6 August, 2012

    catchy name! and the “balls” looks yummy!

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  13. Rizza Javier
    6 August, 2012

    eh di ball! Classic!haha!!

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  14. Adeline Yuboco
    6 August, 2012

    Catchy, but the connotation in the name might easily turn off a lot of people in my opinion.

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  15. Tess Chancellor
    9 August, 2012

    akala ko fish balls, yeah the name of the cat is catchy .I want to try this stuff, mukhang masarap.

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