Yabu: The House of Katsu

Yabu: The House of Katsu. We ate at the branch located in Mall of Asia. Yabu promised to serve perfect quality of Katsu and they did not fail serving us with such. Apart from quality food, they also have a 20-minute serving policy. That is, food served beyond 20 minutes will be free of charge.

Katsu Sauce:
Yabu's Katsu Sauce is made by grinding black and white sesame seeds with the mortar and pestle and mixing it with the thick, flavorful sauce provided.

Tonkatsu Rosu Set (Php 355.00):
The Tonkatsu Set I ordered came along with unlimited Japanese rice, Miso soup, Bowl of fruits, and unlimited cabbage. Tonkatsu Rosu Set was a really good deal. The meat was cooked very well and tasted extravagant with the Katsu Sauce.
120 grams of Pork Loin. Compared to other deep-fried pork cutlets, Yabu's had a thin layer of crunchy breading and generous amount of tender meat. It was also less oily than what I expected.
Menchi Katsu Set (Php 350.00):

Japanese Rice with Sesame Seeds:
Miso Soup:
One of the best Miso Soups I ever tasted. 
Bowl of Fruits:
Too bad the watermelon was not sweet enough to count as a good dessert. 
House Blend Iced Tea (Php 95.00):
Their House Blend Iced Tea was very rich in flavor and felt thicker than the usual iced tea. 

With great food and fast service, you will definitely get more that what you paid for. This is a must try Japanese restaurant. If there is something else to improve on, they must expand to make their branch more spacious.

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