Crazy Katsu

We love Japanese food and we can’t always eat in the expensive restaurants every time we crave for Japanese food. We love to try new restaurants and hopefully find a cheap alternative to our cravings. Crazy Katsu has been opened for a while now and I’m just so happy that they decided to open one in the South as their first branch was way up North.

They have a nice interior, no frills and very unpretentious. Their menu is very simple and not overwhelming; they are not a ‘full’ Japanese restaurant as they do not serve sushi or sashimi; well, as the name suggests they focused on Katsu dishes and they really have good dishes plus the big kicker is they’re really cheap.

Some of the yummy food of Crazy Katsu —

1) Miso Soup – at Php30 this is really cheap and bonus is, it’s delicious.
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2) Chicken Katsu Salad – my personal favorite; has generous amounts of chicken and vegetables and the sweet, spicy, tangy sauce is mouth watering. At Php120, this does not disappoint. You can also request for a non-spicy version.
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3) Fish and Vegetable Tempura (Php140) – I love Tempura but I’m not a huge of this version. It was ok, but nothing special and I’m not sure if they really don’t have a Tempura sauce but we were given a different dipping sauce for this dish.
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4) Pork Ginger – perfect mix of sweet and salty; for Php140, you’ll get a generous serving of pork strips with shredded cabbage.
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Now on to their specialty Katsu dishes —

1) Pork Tonkatsu (Php140) – the serving was big considering the price; the pork was tender inside and the breading crunchy on the outside.
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2) Chicken Katsu (Php145) – I think has a different breading but nonetheless, it was yummy as well. 
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3) Katsu Curry (Php190) – I’m not a big fan of curry dishes. It’s not the first thing I’ll order in a restaurant but I’ll definitely try it when someone orders. Hubby likes this dish so this is what he ordered. It has a generous amount of curry sauce and a few pieces of potatoes and carrots.
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Overall, Crazy Katsu is a great go to restaurant for a cheap katsu craving.


Branches:

1) Unit I #81 Maginhawa St., Teachers Village, Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines
+63 2 435 0030

2) 231 Aguirre Street, BF Homes Paranaque City Philippines
+63 917 345 1260 | +63 2 847 9514
Operating Hours: 11AM to 10PM

3) 48 Lilac Street, Hacienda Heights, Concepcion Dos, Marikina City Philippines
+63 2 570 3128
Operating Hours: 10AM to 9PM

4) 1/F One Archer’s Place, Taft Avenue, Manila Philippines
+63 2 4350030


There is no such thing as a little garlic. – A. Baer

 

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