I have never been a big fan of tonkatsu (Japanese deep-fried pork cutlet). Before I discovered Tonkichi Tonkatsu Seafood, my impression of tonkatsu was just glorified meat served in Japanese style and hence a high price tag.
And so imagine my delight one day when the better half brought me to Tonkichi Tonkatsu Seafood at World Trade Centre.
The ambiance of the restaurant is nothing much to shout about (though it has been a long time since I last see a Hong Kong restaurant with this many private rooms and cubicles), the food itself was stellar. The deep fried pork was juicy on the inside, crispy on the outside, and you get to experiment with three different kind of sauces. The jumbo-sized prawns were a favorite as well, I order them everytime I visited Tonkichi Tonkatsu Seafood.
The unlimited refill of rice and shredded cabbage will make your meal at Tonkichi Tonkatsu Seafood a very filling one. Try their take away lunch boxes; each are meticulously packed, and it is a joy to unpack them at home. For that quality, they are pretty reasonably priced too!
EAT: Tonkichi Tonkatsu Seafood | Room 412, Podium 4, World Trade Centre, 280 Gloucester Rd., Causeway Bay | 2577 6617The One With Tonkichi Tonkatsu Seafood - Best Japanese Pork Cutlet In Hong Kong by Razlan