Back for more of Esora’s Takeaway Katsu Sando, I just had to try their new Ebi Katsu ($28). Think plump chunks of prawns in the compact ebi cutlet sandwiched between finely shredded cabbage, savoury sauce, shiso, and lightly toasted milk bread. Fried to perfection, the battered exterior was pleasantly light and thin. The crispy katsu was also surprisingly succulent and held the distinct note of crustacean sweetness. Though, as someone who is not terribly fond of shiso, I would have to say that the fragrance of the leaves was a tad overpowering.