391 Orchard Road
#04-24 Ngee Ann City
Singapore 238872

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11:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

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($28) I did tried their hire & rosu katsu set on shaw centre outlet before but I didn't included on food reviews previously. But hire one still quite tender but slightly hard to chew thru whereas rosu still quite soft but quite easily to chew thru. So I decided to try cheese version instead. So it's quite milky, creamy and thick cheese sauce sandwiched with pork. But for me, its quite savoury, crunchy and chewy taste and texture so it's quite getting jelak for me towards the end.

($24) my sister ordered this but I did managed to try one piece for hire pork lol. But I felt that it's quite soggy tbh but overall hire was quite chewy and also not that hard in my opinion.

One of the first tonkatsu specialty restaurants in Singapore. Tonkichi serves anything cooked with Panko breadcrumbs since 1993.

My preference for tonkatsu is always rosu katsu (loin) as the meat’s juicier and fattier. The US kurobuta rosu katsu set came with rice, cabbage, pickles and miso soup. You’re also given a pestle to grind the toasted sesame seeds to be mixed with the sweet and sour tonkatsu sauce. Carb lovers would love the fact that the rice is free flow (as with most katsu places). We added on a bowl of curry ($5++) as I was craving for Japanese curry.

Opting for the premium option was certainly worth it as the meat was more tender with a larger proportion of the fat in this deep fried delight. The tonkatsu wasn’t too oily and the exterior was crispy. The curry was not too sweet and had the perfect blend of spices that’s perfect for non-spicy eaters. We loved the curry so much that we wanted a second helping.

Disappointing tonkatsu. Heard they’re good but nope, meat too hard to bite, service is slow and poor

The Kurobota tonkatsu is good, but if you crave tonkatsu, the best place is Tonkatsu by Ma Maison at Mandarin Gallery across the street (not to be confused with the Ma Maison outlet just opposite)! They have more choices, and the rice (choice of brown or white) and miso soup - both with unlimited refills along with the cabbage - are several levels better! The different promotions are kind of rearrangements of the same stuff, not much savings.

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