Okayama Kobo is one of those places we’re almost thankful that we don’t live close to, because we’d eat there every day. Then we get sad, because all we want to do is eat there every day. The tiny Japanese bakery in downtown Anaheim has only been open since 2018, but it originated in Japan, where they’ve been baking tremendously savory breakfast pastries and desserts since 1986. We haven’t tried one thing here that we don’t like, but the spicy curry pan, croque monsieur, and any type of Japanini (their take on a French panini) all need to hit your table. They also make bread in-house with flour imported straight from Hokkaido that’s light, fluffy, and will easily last you a whole week.
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