Had a really great lunch. Food was fresh and very tasty. Found the staff to be so lovely and accomodating.
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Katsu was decent, perhaps a bit greasy but still ok. However the cashier, a guy with short hair and skinny, treated everyone coming to the store badly as if he was racist. Im an Asian and as I entered the store, he asked us if...More
You must come with a big appetite. The menu is limited. Lots of fried pork options. Servings are big. I thought the fried pork was nice, crushed sesane sauce was good however I felt like it was a dressed up 'parmi'. You'll know what I...More
We ate lunch here one day. The staff were very helpful in accomodating us and they are child friendly which helps as we were travelling with a toddler. The food is tasty and well priced. I would recommend this as a good lunch option.
My husband and I stopped came here for lunch, a perfect choice as I was looking for tonkatsu but it also accommodated my husband who doesn't eat pork. Both the pork and chicken katsu were absolutely delicious and the meal was very good value. It...More
Unless you are looking for it, you would not easily find this charming restaurant on an alley off of a big shopping street. It's really busy but we did not wait long for a comfy table for four. The menu is simple and self explanatory...More
I'm not really that big a fan of fried cutlets but the pork katsu at this restaurant was amazing. Not oily, great flavor and a great sauce that you create by mixing with ground sesame seeds. The simple cabbage slaw was also delicious due to...More
Come hungry and in the mood for a delicious pork cutlet perfectly prepared and coated in panko. 1. Locate the restaurant and follow the wooded then stone walkway to the entrance. 2. Choose your quality and firmness of cutlet. 3. Follow the instructions to make...More
Food and atmosphere was great. Only problem is so many people like myself have gone there because of the great reviews on trip advisor it almost feels like you are in America or Australia given the predominant accents in the place.
This place serves great quality tonkatsu pork. Their set menu comes with unlimited barley rice, miso soup and cabbage. The side sauces were very tasty. You can also choose from different breeds and cuts of pork. We chose the lowest quality cut and breed (as...More