Sauce cutlet bowl/Katsuya cold soba noodles with simmered pork cutlet/Katsudon

About Katsuya

Katsuya is a chain of pork cutlet restaurants operated by Arkland Service Co. As of December 2013, there are 103 directly managed restaurants and 144 franchise restaurants nationwide. As of December 2013, the company has 103 directly managed restaurants and 144 franchise restaurants nationwide.

White cutlet bowl

A hearty bowl of pork cutlet rice topped with oyster soy sauce and egg seasoned with white dashi and white onion. Two different sizes of tonkatsu, “ume” and “bamboo,” are available for take-out.

Sauce cutlet bowl

A bowl of white rice and shredded cabbage is topped with one filet cutlet, two fried prawns, and two white meat cutlets, all topped with a loose soup stock sauce, making this dish as hearty as it looks.

Loin cutlet bowl

The loin cutlet is crispy, tender and delicious.

It is juicy and you can feel the flavor of the ingredients.The ability to easily eat thick pork cutlets is one of Katsuya’s strengths.

Bowl of rice topped with a combination of horudama and roast pork cutlet

This is a limited time only menu.

Beef hormone, fried egg, and loin cutlet are flavored with special miso sauce and hidden in shredded cabbage.

The actual beef hormone is not noticeable because of the onions, but the hormone is huge, too.

Katsuya” is known for its loin cutlet. There is a sweet and juicy beef shimachou grilled in a special miso sauce and served with fried egg, which makes you want to eat rice. Also available for take-out as a boxed lunch.

cold soba noodles with simmered pork cutlet

This is a limited time only menu.

I tried Katsuya’s new menu , cold soba noodles with simmered pork cutlet.

This is their menu.

Cold? hot?

Cold soba noodles topped with hot stewed pork cutlet!

How cool!

It comes with half a bowl of rice.

Usually, half of the cutlet stew is added to rice to make a bowl of cutlet rice, right?

The cold soba noodles are topped with a delicious cutlet stew that is well worth the effort.

Naturally, the pork cutlet stew is delicious because it is made by Katsuya.

The soba-tsuyu (Soba soup) is a little sweet to match the pork cutlet stew, which is also good.

I immediately tried this cold soba noodle with stewed pork cutlet, and the soba was cool and firm.

I prefer Sarashina-soba, which is slippery and smooth, but I wonder if this is due to the high percentage of buckwheat flour.

Thank you for the food. I enjoyed it.

It was quite good.

Cold soba noodles in this season are easy to eat and go well with warm pork cutlet stew.

pork cutlet curry

I ordered pork cutlet curry as well.

Along with the rest of Katsuya’s menu, there are three sizes to choose from: plum, bamboo, and pine.
The quantities and prices of each are as follows

Ume: 80g loin, 650 yen (tax not included)
Bamboo: 120g loin, 790 yen (tax not included)
Pine: 160g loin, 990 yen (tax not included)
Pine contains two 80g pieces of loin.

I think the most important thing in curry is the roux, which is quite tasty.
I had to lick the Katsuya a bit.
The roux has a deep flavor and a good amount of spice.
There are curries where the spiciness prevails, but Katsuya’s curry was just the right level of spiciness, and I could feel the complex flavors within the spiciness.

The amount of curry is generous compared to the amount of rice, so it is nice to know that there is no leftover rice.

As for the pork cutlets, it is as good as you would expect from a restaurant in its own right, and I have nothing special to say about it.
The pork cutlets are served in a crispy state, so you can enjoy the difference in texture: the parts covered with roux are slightly wilted, while the parts not covered with roux are crispy.

Also, shredded cabbage is served next to the rice.
I thought Katsuya’s curry was as good as curry specialty restaurants.
The quantity of curry is also very satisfying for the price.
If you haven’t tried it yet, please give it a try.

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