333A Orchard Road
#02-35/36 Mandarin Gallery
Singapore 238897

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Wednesday:
11:00am - 02:30pm
03:00pm - 09:30pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 02:30pm
03:00pm - 09:30pm

Friday:
11:00am - 02:30pm
03:00pm - 09:30pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 02:30pm
03:00pm - 09:30pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 02:30pm
03:00pm - 09:30pm

Monday:
11:00am - 02:30pm
03:00pm - 09:30pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 02:30pm
03:00pm - 09:30pm

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So far, I have only tried 2 tonkatsu specialized restaurants in Singapore. One being Tonkichi @ Takayshimaya and another being Ma Maison @ Mandarin Orchard. I would say Ma Maison would be the better of the two, with both in the same price range.

Ma Maison @ Mandarin Orchard has the fresher and more juicy cuts of the pork. We also tried their fried oyster, it’s super good, must-try! They are also very generous with small food items such as free flow rice, tea, condiments and complimentary desserts. Accompanied with a very serene and classy atmosphere, I just say this outlet would be my fave out of all. The service is also top-notched and professional. Ya know, overall just makes you feel like a queen and king walking out of the (fine-dining kinda) restaurant. Satisfactory!

Price: $30/pax
Rating: 9/10

Ma Maison’s Oyster and Rosu Tonkatsu set seems healthier than most other Tonkatsu(s) around Singapore but we don’t love it any less.

Yes, you have the deep-fried crispy goodness from the crumbly panko exterior. Yes, you have that chunky strip of fat along the side of the leaner pork loin.(MY FAVOURITE OBVIOUSLY) Yes, you also get the juicy yet gooey flavours of oyster in your mouth too.

What sets it apart from others is the fact that it gives you the option of brown rice over the usual Japanese white rice, refreshing for a try-hard health junkie like myself.

The Tonkatsu sauce was mostly sweet but equally well-balanced by its salty and sour tastes too, slightly better than its counterparts from many other joints.

Their Tonkatsu sets are served together with refillable sides of Japanese pickles, cabbage and their notable miso soup, which reminded me more of a hearty Tonjiru soup than anything.

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🍴DINE OUT🍴
📍Tonkatsu by ma maison, Mandarin Gallery📍
One of our go-to places for tonkatsu in Singapore, Ma Maison continues to dish out consistent and quality tonkatsu over the years. 💯 Got their famed tonkatsu and it certainly was well-fried, hot, fresh and crispy while the meat remains juicy!🐷 Another highlight for us was definitely the other components of the set meal, such as the pickles, cabbage, miso soup which are refillable!!!🎉 Also love that they serve other types of deep-fried items, which we couldn't resist trying their oyster katsu. Equally crispy and the juices just burst into your mouth when you bite into it!! Served with a slice of lemon that helps to cut through the grease.🍋 Though not the most affordable, but the food quality and refillable side dishes in the set makes up for it if you're feeling hungry!!😌

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Back to my favourite joint! As usual, the tempuras here doesn’t disappoint. Fried to a crispy golden brown, it’s a wonder how they manage to keep the shrimp still utterly fresh and succulent. I especially enjoy pairing them with mustard on the side, which gives it a much needed kick and shiok-ness. ⁣

Also, majority of the things here are free flow - rice, cabbage, soup. I absolutely adore the soup here, always asking for seconds (or more) because I slurp them up in no time! You got to try it to believe it ✨

Deep fried black pork loin (160g). Kurobuta pork is juicy, tender and flavourful. The fatty part has slight sweetness and soft which melts in your mouth.
Their tonkatsu sauce has a sweet and tangy flavor which makes it even better to cut off the jelat-ness from the fats.
The clean flavor of the finely shredded cabbage provided a cool contrast to the richness of the juicy pork.
Highly recommend to pair with their jyukkokumai (multi grain rice).

Deep fried jumbo pork loin (250g). Rosu-katsu uses a richer cut of pork that comes with a strip of fat along the side. It tends to be juicier of because it contains layers of marbled fat. Ma maison definitely did the pork justice.
Their tonkatsu sauce has a sweet and tangy flavor which makes it even better to cut off the jelat-ness which didn’t seem to exist.
The clean flavor of the finely shredded cabbage provided a cool contrast to the richness of the juicy pork.
Highly recommend to pair with their jyukkokumai (multi grain rice).

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