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The Katsu Sandwich sold by Romankan Yokohama was similar to Ginza Bairin. Both are packed in a box.The appearance of the Katsu Sandwich sold by Romankan Yokohama looked like a burger with big slice of red tomato and generous of green lettuce and onions.The sandwich had a toasted bread and fried pork fillet aroma. It tasted good and freshy. The bread was crispy on the toasted side and the fried pork fillet inside had many crispy breaded crumbs. The generous amount of vegetable inside gave the san
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The Katsu Sandwich sold by Romankan Yokohama was similar to Ginza Bairin. Both are packed in a box.

The appearance of the Katsu Sandwich sold by Romankan Yokohama looked like a burger with big slice of red tomato and generous of green lettuce and onions.

The sandwich had a toasted bread and fried pork fillet aroma. It tasted good and freshy.

The bread was crispy on the toasted side and the fried pork fillet inside had many crispy breaded crumbs. The generous amount of vegetable inside gave the sandwich a refreshing and removed the oiliness taste of the pork fillet.

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Romankan Yokohama (浪漫館横滨) CafeTakashimaya Food Court, Ngee Ann CityOrchard, SingaporeSeptember 2012http://merlionwayfarer.blogspot.sg/2012/10/not-romantic-katsu.htmlThere was a limited choice of bentos to choose from - Fillet Katsu Bento (S$13) and Ebi Fry Bento (S$16.50) are displayed here, together with add-ons like Fillet Katsu (S$3.40), Ebi Katsu (S$4.20), and Rose Katsu (S$6.70).Merlion Wayfarer chose the Fillet Katsu Bento. The batter was not as flaky as she preferred, and the dish came wi
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Romankan Yokohama (浪漫館横滨) Cafe
Takashimaya Food Court, Ngee Ann City
Orchard, Singapore
September 2012
http://merlionwayfarer.blogspot.sg/2012/10/not-romantic-katsu.html

There was a limited choice of bentos to choose from - Fillet Katsu Bento (S$13) and Ebi Fry Bento (S$16.50) are displayed here, together with add-ons like Fillet Katsu (S$3.40), Ebi Katsu (S$4.20), and Rose Katsu (S$6.70).

Merlion Wayfarer chose the Fillet Katsu Bento. The batter was not as flaky as she preferred, and the dish came with fries and rice - too filling for most. A little touch of seaweed or sesame sprinkled atop the rice will be nice.
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2011-12-14 81 views
It was Takashimaya’s pre-Christmas sale weekend. The place was packed with customers. Most of the eateries were filled with dinners, finding a seat wasn’t easy. Couldn’t think too much, I just queued at this stall for my late lunch. Once I placed my order, they would find a seat for me, it eased my worry in finding my seat while dining alone.Furthermore, I like the serving lady’s costume, they dress like a maid-on-wait. This is a place I have been patronising for numerous times. I would re
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It was Takashimaya’s pre-Christmas sale weekend. The place was packed with customers. Most of the eateries were filled with dinners, finding a seat wasn’t easy. Couldn’t think too much, I just queued at this stall for my late lunch. Once I placed my order, they would find a seat for me, it eased my worry in finding my seat while dining alone.

Furthermore, I like the serving lady’s costume, they dress like a maid-on-wait. This is a place I have been patronising for numerous times. I would return whenever I wanted to have something crispy. So far they have not let me down on food or services.

The way they deep fried the breadcrumbs, it is one of the best cutlet in Singapore. Though they are using frozen pork, I am fine with it as my main concern is their crispy breadcrumbs. The shredded cabbage is serving generous portion, it clears the oiliness taste after eating the cutlet. Frankly the whole meal is really big for small diners, I normally combine 2 meals for this big meal. So I would try my best to finish the whole meal.

The accompany miso soup is fine too, it isn’t too salty or bland, it is just right. The rest of the ingredients are up to the standard. This is the place I would keep returning.
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2011-10-13 112 views
Was introduced to this great little Japanese restaurant at Takashimaya B2 by my dear friend who loves Japanese food. She told me that the Katsu Curry Rice here is great, even her Japanese friend also agrees that it is authentic. It's located in the food court area, but they have seats set aside for customers of this restaurant. I ordered the Katsu Curry Teisyoku and liked it very much. They gave plenty of curry sauce (I didn't finish the sauce) which was quite smooth and very fragrant. In a
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Was introduced to this great little Japanese restaurant at Takashimaya B2 by my dear friend who loves Japanese food. She told me that the Katsu Curry Rice here is great, even her Japanese friend also agrees that it is authentic.
It's located in the food court area, but they have seats set aside for customers of this restaurant.

I ordered the Katsu Curry Teisyoku and liked it very much. They gave plenty of curry sauce (I didn't finish the sauce) which was quite smooth and very fragrant. In addition, you can choose your side, either the miso soup or salad, & I chose the salad. They were also generous with the amount of katsu on the plate, which was very crispy! A very full & satisfying meal indeed, for $15.50.
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2011-10-06 47 views
Had an awesomely good meal at Romankan Yokohama! I ordered the Tonkichi Homemade Sandwich which I totally enjoyed every single bite of it! It was a lovely, tender, juicy and wonderful piece of chicken. It is placed between 2 pieces of slightly toasted bread and there is a lot of the Tonkatsu sauce. The sauce is incredible! Very sweet and just makes your sandwich super yummy!
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Had an awesomely good meal at Romankan Yokohama! I ordered the Tonkichi Homemade Sandwich which I totally enjoyed every single bite of it! It was a lovely, tender, juicy and wonderful piece of chicken. It is placed between 2 pieces of slightly toasted bread and there is a lot of the Tonkatsu sauce. The sauce is incredible! Very sweet and just makes your sandwich super yummy!
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2011-08-26 19 views
After a busy day of shopping, time to hunt for food, where i usually try to spot somewhere with less crowd. did not know that taka b2 has lots of hidden gem. i came across this 'stall' tomankan yokohama, very unique setting, with only 2 tables available, and the bar table.I order rosu katsu which comes with rice and soba, cost about s$15. overall the services are good. it was serve quickly. The katsu were all nicely deep fried, moist inside, crispy outside served in a hot pan with nice and neat
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After a busy day of shopping, time to hunt for food, where i usually try to spot somewhere with less crowd. did not know that taka b2 has lots of hidden gem. i came across this 'stall' tomankan yokohama, very unique setting, with only 2 tables available, and the bar table.

I order rosu katsu which comes with rice and soba, cost about s$15. overall the services are good. it was serve quickly. The katsu were all nicely deep fried, moist inside, crispy outside served in a hot pan with nice and neat presentation. Never expect as the best katsu as the price are half of tonkichi. But as a food-court standard it is over what i expected.
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have heard of this resturant review so decided to give it a try but was really disappointed the katsu was crispy but abit tasteless for me,vegetables was so "tough"my friend & me felt that the food was really not as nice as we thought for 3 person we paid for about $60 plus food was so so but service not bad but as we went during dinner time,was really crowded so we just self service,go to counter to take water ourself
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have heard of this resturant review so decided to give it a try
but was really disappointed
the katsu was crispy
but abit tasteless for me,vegetables was so "tough"
my friend & me felt that the food was really not as nice as we thought
for 3 person we paid for about $60 plus
food was so so but service not bad
but as we went during dinner time,was really crowded so we just self service,go to counter to take water ourself
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2011-06-28 18 views
Romankan Yokohama serves very good pork curry rice. The pork cutlet is crispy and well fried. Served with the authentic Japanese curry sauce, it tastes awesome with a mouthful of curry, rice and pork in a mouth. It costs $15.50 for a plate of pork curry rice and I feel the food is justifiable for the price.
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Romankan Yokohama serves very good pork curry rice. The pork cutlet is crispy and well fried. Served with the authentic Japanese curry sauce, it tastes awesome with a mouthful of curry, rice and pork in a mouth. It costs $15.50 for a plate of pork curry rice and I feel the food is justifiable for the price.
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I was really impressed by their crispiness on my first visit, no trace of oil on the plate at all and meat is still moist inside. Most importantly you won’t taste any trace of frozen meat or million-year’s oil.I chose sirloin this time, it is such a big portion, it could fill me up for 2 meals as I didn’t want to leave any food behind, I finished off the whole set.During Takashimaya revamp their basement, I was worried this store would disappear, lucky me they still exist.
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I was really impressed by their crispiness on my first visit, no trace of oil on the plate at all and meat is still moist inside. Most importantly you won’t taste any trace of frozen meat or million-year’s oil.

I chose sirloin this time, it is such a big portion, it could fill me up for 2 meals as I didn’t want to leave any food behind, I finished off the whole set.

During Takashimaya revamp their basement, I was worried this store would disappear, lucky me they still exist.
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Do you know there is a little joint japanese food called Romanan Yokohama. I think most of us would sort of neglected the back side area of Takashimaya Food Floor at the basement level. I ordered the set meal to try, food is good, service is also good. Overall, I was satisfied and definitely wouldn't mind coming back to dine again. The only problem is the crowd and high level of difficulty in getting a seat
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Do you know there is a little joint japanese food called Romanan Yokohama. I think most of us would sort of neglected the back side area of Takashimaya Food Floor at the basement level. I ordered the set meal to try, food is good, service is also good. Overall, I was satisfied and definitely wouldn't mind coming back to dine again. The only problem is the crowd and high level of difficulty in getting a seat
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