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This just ruined all other Katsu for me. It's a sampler of 4 different kinds of pork. The panko itself is unique as it's very crumbly and fine. A perfect complement. The pork is just perfect. The Kurobuta and Iberrico pork deserve special mention. It's really velvety soft and very flavorful. Any other Katsu will definitely pale in comparison.
The fries in their own are excellent, being flavorful and crunchy. The chili sauce is simply divine, with the right balance of heat and flavor. The fresh onion bits add a later of flavor and a pleasant crunch every now and then.
Not bad. The chicken is well-cooked and tender. No tough bits, and the Parmesan crusting is good. I don't think it's worth the price though. It's not bad, but nothing spectacular either. The mash potatoes are great though. But it's a side dish. That shouldn't be the center of attention.
I know it defeats the purpose, but I wish these burgers were bigger. The burger patties are really flavorful and cooked properly. The special dressing, pickle, and caramelized onions provide a wonderful complement-contrast dichotomy, both in flavor and texture. All of that between warm buns that are crispy on the outside. Perfection.
This dish is excellent on so many levels! The tomato-based stew is velvety, rich yet not overpowering, and perfectly seasoned. The steaming hot eggplant adds a layer of texture to the dish. And of course, the stuffed meatballs are bursting with flavor. This is a very hearty meal that's new, but feels so welcoming that it can be comfort food even for those unfamiliar with it.
The burger patty was flavorful and properly seasoned to bring out its characteristics. The gravy is a complement to the flavor of the patty, as it should be. The dish is good overall, and is reasonably priced.
I'm back at this place. I like this tonkatsu. The sauce is similar to hoisin, but smoother, and a little sweeter. The pork is, as usual, excellent. Juicy, flavorful, and tender. The breading is nice and crisp. Comes with the usual unlimited rice and salad. I could get used to this. Haha.
Awesomesauce! I love everything about this katsudon. The tender and flavorful cut of pork, the subtle, sweet sauce, the fluffy eggs, and the crispy breading. It comes with unlimited rice and salad, so it's really a bang for your buck.
I am simply blown away by this dish! The broth is very rich, both the base and the miso paste balancing each other out. Every sip feels like a wonderful flavor overdose. The noodles are properly firm and helps ease out the powerful broth. The chashu is very tender and is a pleasant complement to the dish. This is an excellent take on my favorite miso ramen.
The broth is really smooth, but a bit on the salty side. I'm used to a richer, miso ramen broth. This is a good change of pace, but I still miss the heartier broth. The noodles have a nice texture, though they're pretty thin so not much there to bite. It's good, but it doesn't evoke the same memories that a more traditional miso ramen does.