Arriving at 2.30pm I was fortunate they don’t adhere to the ubiquitous 2pm cut-off for lunch orders in Tokyo.
I select the ロース かつ (rōsu katsu) made with tender pork loin.
The rōsu katsu is in fact plated on a stainless steel mesh beside a large handful of clean, grated cabbage. It’s moist and freshly cooked to perfection. Divine.
The small salad of pickles and lettuce is a nice touch and tastes typically Japanese.
17/20 food (taste) : superb
14/20 food (selection) : admittedly they specialise but there’s still quite a good range from which to to choose
15/20 staff : friendly and helpful with sufficient English for me to understand the different selections; frequently re-filled my cup of tea
12/20 atmosphere : comfortably air-conditioned; seated at a “sushi train”-like bar
17/20 price : set-price menu for ¥990 is excellent value, especially in this part of town
75/100 total : I am looking forward to becoming a regular customer
Until I find better tonkatsu I expect I will make the trek frequently. They also have a take-away set-up just outside the restaurant (above) for those in a hurry at lunchtime.