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The 2 giant "pizza flavour" pork cutlets were served with a dark, barbeque-like sauce, and accompanied by a slaw, pasta salad, corn, pickles, and rice. The golden brown, crispy fried cutlets were topped with tomato sauce and baked with corn and cheese. They were crispy, cheesy, saucy, and sinfully satisfying. This can't be good for your arteries, but if you're in the mood to splurge... it's a good dish not to pass on. For $9.50, the portion was large enough to fill up to 1.5 person.
It's been a while since I had katsu curry and there was no way I was opting out. For $8.93, 2 pieces of deep fried pork cutlet topped with vegetable curry arrived with the same sides as the pizza dish. The curry was quite mild compared to other Japanese katsu curry I've had in the past, but it was still satisfactory. Again, I could've shared this dish with a whole other person, but I wouldn't let that happen.
Both dishes were good and the portions were huge. Best of all, almost everything on the menu is under $10 (only the fried chicken that is $15.99). The food came pretty quick so it is ideal if you are in a rush and super hungry. I wish I had thought about packing some of it rather than stuffing my face and finishing it all. It was an uncomfortable walk back to class and I wish I could've laid down in the sun instead. The rest of the afternoon was a blur which I had to keep myself from dozing off.
|Special of the day - chicken cutlet with miso soup $7.49|
|Kimchi fried rice - $8.49, kinda oily but good!|