51 Havelock Road
Singapore 161051

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11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

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Back by popular demand, limited-edition Cheese Menchi Katsu ($12.80)/ Curry ($10.80) is available until 30 June. Suitable for lovers of cheese with an oozy cheddar filling paired with tender minced pork.

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Maruhachi’s Pork Katsu Set ($11.80) is a cheap yet very decent alternative to my regular katsu cravings. The pork is not oily at all (taste and smell-wise) making it pleasing to eat. It is a bit lean and have minimal fat, but still tender. The crumbs are worth noting as well as it’s very light (some hawker stalls do tend to have the coating slightly thick)

This comes with Japanese rice, miso soup, and cabbage (w Kewpie 😋) - all the usual stuff we get free-flowing from katsu restaurants but with at least half the price

Enjoyed this dish, will try their blackpig katsu next time (raved to have better fat-to-meat ratio!) ☺️

📍 Maruhachi,
51 Havelock Rd, Singapore 161051

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A jap place specializing in tonkatsu located in a kopitiam under a HDB block, we were pleasantly surprised to discover this place behind the more popular Beo Crescent Market.

We had the Tonkatsu Don ($9.80) and the Black Pig (aka iberico pork) Katsu Curry rice ($13.80). The regular pork was juicy, succulent and tender, and the katsu was also well done and wasn’t oily (+10 PTS). Special mention to the panko crumbs (aka bread crumbs) which has a light buttery taste on its own. Wurf!

Would I top up $4 for the black pig? Perhaps for someone with not-super-indulgent tastebuds like myself, I would say no. But we could definitely taste the difference as the black pig katsu tasted slightly more fatty and hence, was even more tender as you chewed. K said he would have preferred to have paid $3 for the top up, but added that the jap curry was good, even better than some chainstores in SG! It wasn’t overly sweet or starchy, and had a slight spice. They also do sell a chicken katsu option, we might come back for that some time!