Time Out says
This stall doesn’t have an English name, but you probably won’t have too much trouble finding it even if you can’t read Chinese- just look for the takoyaki stall that has a long line during peak hours. Serving takoyaki, the trendy Japanese street snack made from chunks of octopus in balls of batter, this stall makes them fresh with a broad selection of available sauces and toppings, such as cheese, pollock roe, and even black truffle.
We recommend the curry sauce takoyaki ($29), where they come out piping hot, topped with fish flakes and dried seaweed. The takoyaki here are soft and filled with multiple pieces of octopus inside, and the curry sauce adds another level of flavour and texture. For those not into curry, the original ($28) is just as good.