Tonkatsu Tonkatsu from Tokyo Tokyo

My good friend Jet just proposed to his girlfriend in the lovely island of Palawan. So to celebrate the event and as a send-off treat before he goes to USA, he brought us to Tokyo Tokyo in Trinoma Mall for a dinner treat.

Since we are eating at Tokyo Tokyo, I took the chance to taste their Tonkatsu, which they widely advertised on TV few months ago. I want to know if Tokyo Tokyo’s tonkatsu is really good as advertised.
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I ordered a meal that contains Tonkatsu. It was served on a tray together with rice, toge (bean sprouts) and soy dip. I can’t recall the price but I think it is quite affordable.
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Tonkatsu Tonkatsu!

Tokyo Tokyo’s tonkatsu tastes fine but I think it is not that great. Tonkatsu is deep-fried pork with breading but it is different with the deep-fried pork that was cooked at home. Tokyo Tokyo’s tonkatsu is crispy and easy to munch.

I enjoyed the dinner and it is not just because of the food. We enjoyed the story and the kwentuhan that lasted up to almost closing time of Trinoma. If I ever eat in Tokyo Tokyo again, I might still order another tonkatsu.

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9 comments:

  1. Sarap naman! favorite ko naman orderin sa tokyo tokyo e beef misono at tempura.

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  2. Talaga? Masarap ba yun Anney? Sige. Masubukan nga yung mga yun next time.

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  3. amm is'nt yummy??
    but it seems to be,,

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  4. well whenever i go out i was really not comfortable eating foods that i dont know

    i'd rather have a spaghetti on a fast food chain for it was my favorite food

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  5. Haha...it is yummy but not super yummy for me to crave for it everyday.

    Wow, you are not quite that outgoing with regard to eating Poorprince. Trying new food is not that bad. That is the best way for you to find the food that you will like.

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  6. looks delicious.. i might try this next time i go to a japanese resto :)

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  7. Please do Claire. ^_^ Masarap din ang tonkatsu.

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  8. Not a fan of Japanese food, but my daughter loves it. I find the taste a bit bland...and almost everything tastes more or less the same...and it's expensive here. I might as well go and eat something else that is nicer...

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  9. I agree with you that Japanese food is a bit bland. Maybe that is why soy sauce dip is a mainstay in all of their dishes and meals.

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