After today, I've noted to myself to continue tagging along with Sensei, who can chat it up with shuttle bus drivers who tip us off to hidden okonomiyaki restaurants and drop us off there instead of at the intended stop at the train station.
The tiny restaurant was tucked away in the middle of a narrow alleyway in Kyoto -- we as gaijin (foreigners) would never have been able to stumble upon this ourselves without the help of locals.
Okonomiyaki with buta (pork) and soba noodles, cabbage, fried egg and sweet and spicy sauces.
One of my classmates got it with ika (squid), which I liked better. But both were oishi katta (delicious!).