Kimukatsu Opens in Manila

March 17, 2014

Kimukatsu, a famous pork cutlet restaurant in Japan with locations in Tokyo, Osaka, Yokohama and Sendai within Japan and international locations in the USA and Korea, has opened its first Philippine location last December 22, 2013 in Shangri-la Plaza East Wing. It was rather fortunate that I was invited by the people behind Kimukatsu to try their dishes.


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Kimukatsu: Ebi Mayo & Kimutaku!

March 16, 2014

I must admit that even before we started on the Kimukatsu, we were already stuffed with the best selling appetizers/side dishes our host, Mr. Kenji Komuro (Director of Public Relations) ordered for us to try. I liked the Ebi Mayo (plump shrimps with sweet Japanese Mayo!) the best followed by the Cabbage Salad with the Sesame Dressing.


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Kimukatsu @ Shangri-la Mall

March 7, 2014

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Kimukatsu is now in Manila, the most famous pork cutlet restaurant in Japan!

Manila is becoming more and more flavorful each year as restaurant chains bring in the hottest franchises to our hungry country. Next to ramen, tonkatsu competition is sizzling with demands and crazes from the Filipinos.


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New Restaurant Alert: Kimukatsu at Shangri-La East Wing, Mandaluyong City Japan’s most famous pork cutlet restaurant is now in Manila.

March 4, 2014

“We are different from the normal tonkatsu. We have the layers. We do the normal tonkatsu, yes,
but we have the layers and that’s why we’re a success in Japan,” says Kenji Komuro, Kimukatsu
Philippines Director of Public Relations.


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The Young Foodie – Kimukatsu

March 3, 2014

Several restaurants specializing in katsu have blossomed here and there. Most of the time, these Japanese restaurants come with a heavy price that will surely burn a hole in your pockets. Luckily, I was able to find a good place that serves one of the best-tasting pork cutlets in town but fear not because this one comes at a rate that matches how succulent their katsu is.


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