The restaurant is a crowd favourite for its laidback and tummyfilling tonkatsu experience. Servings are generous and the quality is at par with international standards.
- Whether you like to enjoy it the traditional way (with its signature sesame dipping sauce and sidings) or with the special slow-cooked curry sauce made from 45 ingredients, the rosu kurobuta is the star here. The meat has just the right marbling and is covered with perfectly crisp golden brown panko.
- Pescetarians will enjoy the prawn and cream dory katsudon. Simmered with eggs in a sweet and savoury soy glaze, succulent cuts of seafood are served over Japanese rice.
- If you still have space (after the limitless refills of sidings), dig into the warm and molten lava cake with miso butterscotch served à la mode.