This new restaurant at the Shangri-la East Wing Mall is a killer. And no, it’s not this samurai right here.
Check out Kimukatsu.
I got the chance of trying it out when my girlfriend/food blogger Nines asked me to accompany her at Kimukatsu. It’s not everyday that I get the chance to eat with her during her food events, so it’s all good.
But I’ve got to admit that I’m not the food critic and writer that my girlfriend is right now. I’m all about the food man! And I have been a fan of katsu houses that offers unlimited servings of rice soup and salad. But I would have to say that Kimukatsu is a must try.
DJs need to eat too, you know check out these pics from Kimukatsu and try it soon!
Pink Himalayan Salt
These 25-layered katsus are each filled with cheese and green onions
Kimukatsu is served with pickled veggies
Looking at these juicy layers of pork.
Tonkatsu sauce, Ponzu Sauce and Salt with ground sesame seeds
Check out these sesame and soy based sauces
Our table filled with the works, including their simple but very well-cooked Japanese rice
One of my first few bites. Juicy and cooked perfectly.
Warm shrimp Salad with Japanese mayo dressing and other spices
My favourite! Yuzutama Kimukatsu — caution: it’s really spicy!
Of course, no meal is served without any dessert. Here’s their black sesame pudding.
Creamy Japanese panna cotta
Kimukatsu Take-outs in the form of these handy sandwiches with Katsu
Kimukatsu has this awesome VIP room which looks like an ancient Japanese room
Feeling the vibe with these Japanese lights while Japanese songs are being played.
Aside from the highly recommended food choices, this Japanese warrior is what really liked about Kimukatsu. Kenji, the PR Director, even wanted me to wear the warrior’s hat.
Overall, Kimukatsu is a winner. Here I am, full and satisfied, with Kenji and Nines.
Check out their website and Facebook Page to know more about Kimukatsu.