Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Katsu Cafe

Tonkatsu are deep fried pork cutlets with breading. It is one of our favorite Japanese dishes. So far, Mike and I have tried five different local restos that serve this, from the relatively affordable up to the seriously upscale ones.

Last Sunday, after grocery shopping, we brought Mike's parents to Katsu Cafe in Maginhawa Street for dinner. 

We ordered their pork katsu set. It consists of the tonkatsu, miso soup, cabbage with sesame dressing and unlimited Japanese rice. I find the process of grinding the sesame seeds before adding the sweet brown sauce entertaining.

We also tried their gyoza, a dumpling filled with ground meat and vegetables.

Everything tasted delicious but some parts of the pork were a little over-fried.

Overall, I give it 3.5 stars. The restaurant is very clean. I like the relaxing vibe the place exudes. The staff is very friendly and the food is reasonably priced. It's definitely worth a try. 

1 comment:

  1. i love all this recipes in the pictures very nice look pretty good,
    i have more to add about green tea with all this recipe i think is the best drinker if we use some good brands of this pretty herbal


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