|My sister horribly failing to strike a pose.|
I've been long over the fried Japanese dishes such as tempura, tonkatsu, katsudon, and the like.
They're usually overcooked and heaps oily. Sometimes even fatty.
And that was until we ate at Yabu.
Essentially, there's hardly anything on the menu that's not katsu, duh.
This is the special sauce that every table has.
It's the sweet sweet soy thing.
Beside it, there are 2 sauce bottles that contain different dressings for your cabbage.
They serve you unlimited cabbage.
|100g Hire Set.|
Hire= pork tenderloin.
This is what the meal looks like.
Epic portions of everything- except the pork.
The exterior is breaded with Panko crumbs and they are golden and crisp.
Inside, the pork has no trace of fat at all- it's soft and succulent.
Totally different compared to what is normally served in your typical Jap restaurants.
|The Katsu Curry|
|The Kiddie Katsu Meal|
Overall, I found it the meal pretty good considering it's PORK- which I'm not the biggest fan of.
The concept of the restaurant was interesting and they did deliver all the frills they were talking about.
Next time, I'll definitely try the Kurobota Pork Set.
All hail the kobe beef of the pork world.
Yabu: House of Katsu
2/F Mega Atrium,