Out of so many Ramen Restaurants in Westgate, there was a Japanese Restaurant on the top level that specialised in Tonkatsu. The staffs were mostly Japanese, hence their food should be very Japanese authentic.
I had ordered the Curry Katsu Don, from their menu, its their speciality. The price was $22.90. The Curry Katsu Don took about 15 minutes, I guess they freshly fried the Katsu when order. While waiting, the staff had already served us the shredded cabbage salad and tea.
On the table, there was a few sauces. There were sesame sauce, katsu sauce and spicy sauce. I tried both sauces, sesame and katsu sauces onto my salad. The sesame smelt heavy in toasted sesame seed while the katsu sauce was like vinegar thicken sauce. I prefered my salad with katsu sauce, the sourish gave it more appetising.
The Curry Katsu Don came. I can feel the heat radiated from the kastu fillet. The kastu fillet was golden brown in colour and very crispy on the outside. Inside was tender and juicy meat, though I felt the meat was lean and I preferred the fatty meat version.
The curry sauce was disappointing. There was not much of the Japanese sweet curry taste or aroma. It seem like instant Japanese curry cube from supermarket.
Overall, I felt that this Curry Katsu Don was average. I would still prefer Katsu with fatty meat inside.
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