Katsuhama, Midtown West, NYC

Katsuhama, Midtown West, NYC

 

 

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Food: ☆☆☆

Service: ☆☆

Ambiance: ☆☆

Cost: $$

Must try: Kurobata Pork Katsu

Katsu-curry is the ultimate, decadent, Japanese comfort food. Katsu is a breaded, deep-fried piece of meat (usually pork), which is crisped to perfection. An ideal Katsu is crunchy on the outside whilst the meat on the inside is tender and melts in your mouth. It is served with oodles of thinly shredded cabbage and tonkatsu sauce.

Katsu Hama makes some killer Katsu!! Skip everything else the menu has to offer, just order the Katsu. We tried a few appetizers like the cream croquette and the tamago, which were really awful.

The best of their offerings is the Kurobata Pork Katsu though their regular pork tenderloin and even the chicken ones were really good.

I love the combination of Katsu with curry and the finely shredded cabbage, which they give you tons of, it adds great crunch to this already delicious dish.

 

Here is some of what we ate:

ATSUYAKI TAMAGO

 

SHRIMP SALAD

 

KANI CREAM CROQUEETE

HIRE KATSU CURRY

 

CHICKEN KATSU CURRY.

 

KUROBUTA HIRE KATSU

 

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