How else can one top probably the best katsu in the metro? Just leave it to Yabu to surprise you...
Yabu's new Oroshi Katsu, certified US pork tenderloin (Hire), topped with grated radish and spring onions and served with fresh grapefruit and ponzu sauce for a refreshing new take on your favorite katsu.
Yabu's new Oroshi Katsu (P 420), is served with unlimited Japanese white rice or organic brown rice, miso soup, Japanese pickles, unlimited organic cabbage with your choice of dressing (go for the new Wasabi dressing, trust me) and a bowl of fruit. I go for the leaner Hire, with less fat than the usual Rosu, and the pork cutlet is still juicy and tender, something you'd expect from quality pork.
Simply squeeze the grapefruit and pour some ponzu on the crisp katsu, along with the finely grated radish and green onions, and just go for it. The tangy grapefruit and sweet ponzu provide a subtle yet distinct layer of flavor, nicely complementing the radish and spring onions for an entirely new and refreshing flavor experience. A cool blend of flavors and textures, and that's how you top the metro's best katsu. Only from Yabu.
Yabu, House of Katsu is located at the Ground Floor, Robinsons Magnolia, Aurora Boulevard corner Dona M. Hemady Avenue, Valencia, Quezon City or call 961-4975 for inquiries.
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