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Featured in "Michelin Guide Tokyo 2015", Imakatsu is an authentic Tonkatsu-specialty Japanese restaurant from Tokyo, with its flagship store in Roppongi. On top of high-quality pork loins and fillet ZENs, they also serve unique dishes such as Sasami (chicken tenderloin) ZEN and PIYO PIYO Minced ZEN. continue reading
Opening Hours
11:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 22:00
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Alcoholic Drinks Available
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Signature Dishes
Extra Large Mince Meat Cutlet Zen Imakatsu Premium Pork Special Pork Loin Cutlet Zen Pork Loin Cutlet Sandwich Special Pork Loin Cutlet Curry
Review (5)
Level3 2016-01-26
Full review found on http://www.nahmj.com/2016/01/24/imakatsu-singapore-japanese-restaurant-star-vista-buona-vista-singapore/I was meeting a friend at Star Vista and my friend suggested Imakatsu. I didn’t find it difficult to locate the restaurant but my friend has some challenges.We ordered 3 dishes for sharing among 2 diners. The Cold Egg Udon was a little salty. A consolation was the udon has a really nice chewy, smooth texture.The Zen Premium Pork Loin Cutlet was a thick and chunky but tender piece of meat with a good ratio of meat versus fat.Piyo Piyo Minced is an egg with a minced meat coating and a thin batter. If you enjoy runny yolk, this is a must have.  continue reading
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Level4 2015-08-28
For more reviews, visit http://www.umakemehungry.com/2015/04/imakatsu.htmlI have suggested a convenience place for meal which is Imakatsu located at 1st floor of Star Vista. Imaktasu looked pretty new to me as I never know of their existence till one day I pass them by.Environment was calm and quiet, featuring an authentic modern Japanese dining atmosphere with lanterns lamp and wooden grids fore ceiling above. While service staff remains smiley and friendly, leaving us a very comfortable and professional impression.Imakatsu special set menu comes with the main course, a drink and a dessert. There are only 6 drinks to choose from: Coca-Cola, Coca-cola(Light), Orange Juice, Brown Tea(Free Flow), Green Tea and Oolong Tea. Since it mentioned that Orange Juice was 100%, we gave it a try. The juice was quite fresh and tasted like those you can buy off the chillers on the super marts. Such place reminded me of Saboten and Tonkatsu Ma Maison which has similar practice of unlimited serving of sides like rice and cabbages with your own serving of sauce.Cabbages are best to go with roasted sesame in the white pot and for those who likes vegetables, the cabbages are of unlimited refill if you have ordered their set meal.The name PIYO PIYO had prompted me further into my childhood memories which I can vividly recall that a cute cartoon character which has the same name. It was a plump lovely duck if you can recalled.PIYOPIYO is as large as the size of an XL egg, deep fried with crispy crumps on its exterior and what's lie underneath is a layer of minced meat to be revealed later on. Although it might be a tad expensive at $9.80, i would say it required few processes in order to get it done.This appetizer came along with some Japanese Soya Sauce. It was presented in a black dish with a bed of shredded cabbages. Look what's in its core! Onsen Egg! To think about it, it was quite tedious to have its layer of minced meat deep fried without getting the egg cooked entirely. At least now I can relate the dish to the PIYO PIYO character.Breaded deep fried pork dish has always been my comfort food when it comes to Japanese Cuisine. This special pork set includes Premium Lion, Pork Fillet, Minced meat, pumpkin, sweet potato that was fried to golden perfection.Though by nature, biting pork are on a tougher side for the teeth, I would say that the quality of Tonkatsu from Imakatsu was good with the meat being tender.We had the Special Chicken Set too which consist of assorted chicken parts like chicken fillet, chicken thigh and chicken breast.Just like the Special Pork Set, we were given a spat of mustard sauce on the side of the plate. Personally I felt "shiok" dabbing those Tonkatsu onto them as it gave a sudden spike on the tongue. Surprisingly, chicken was tender too.For those who has smaller appetite, you can go for those non-set meal which excludes the drink and the dessert. If you prefer chicken and tender meat, you can go for their chicken culet ZEN (thigh). Rounding up the meal, we had our cups of Matcha Ice Cream with Azuki beans as our desserts. Such refreshing treat was sweet with the savoury azuki bean paste.If you enjoy Tonkatsu as much as I do, I believe you will like Imakatsu too. Head down to Imakatsu and have a try . continue reading
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What a shame to have missed out this Tonkatsu gem when I was in Tokyo! Full story: http://dairycream.blogspot.sg/2015/03/imakatsu-when-chicken-beats-pig.htmlImakatsu, a pork cutlet specialty shop which opened its first shop in Roppongi six years ago and Ginza two years ago, has now arrived in Singapore. Since there was a seasonal special menu featuring Fukuoka's Mentaiko, we opted for the Premium Mentaiko Pork Loin Katsu (180g) for $26.80 that is generously garnished with seaweed and spring onions. While some might worry that the savoury cod roe would overwhelm the natural flavours of the meat, I thought it complemented the meat very well, in fact better than garlic pork loin ($19.80) or the cheese variation at other places. In fact, the Mentaiko makes the pork tasty enough to wean you off the excessive Tonkatsu or sesame dressing. from left clockwise: chicken fillet, garlic pork, mentaiko chickenFull story:http://dairycream.blogspot.sg/ continue reading
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This restaurant is the best Tonkatsu restaurant in Singapore. I was so surprised that Premium Pork Loin Cutlet here is so juicy and tender. As I am a Japanese, I am rather particular about the rice used in their dishes. The rice here is super delicious, so soft and tasty. I want to come again! continue reading
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Level1 2015-02-09
First heard of this place from a friend from HK who visited Roppongi store before, and she claimed Premium Pork Loin Cutlet was so good that she went to Roppongi store many times. Also was told that Roppongi store had been awarded Michelin Bib Gourmands, designate very good restaurants that offer good value. At Singapore store ordered Premium Pork Loin Cutlet ZEN. It was so tender and sweet and my friend told me it was nicer than that of Japan. continue reading
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