The added amenities for me is the joy of eating at authentic Japanese restaurants serving authentic and famous Japanese dishes. One such dish is their famous Tonkatsu.
Tonkatsu , invented in the 19th century, is a popular dish in Japan. It consist of a breaded deep-fried pork cutlet one to two centimeters thick and sliced into bite-sized pieces, generally served with shredded cabbage and/or miso soup. Regardless of presentation, tonkatsu is commonly eaten with a type of Japanese Worcestershire sauce that uses pureed apple as a principal ingredient and is called tonkatsu sauce or simply sauce and often with a bit of spicy yellow karashi (Japanese mustard) and perhaps a slice of lemon.
|Preparing my Tonkatsu sauce|
|The condiments set-up at the side of the table|
|Adding the sauce in the crushed sesame seeds|
|Ready to eat my Tonkatsu now! Miso soup compliments it.|
|A look at the cozy atmosphere of the resto|
|Ms. Nolits Otani knows where the best Tonkatsu resto is|
|Our waitress. I wish she can visit the Philippines one day|
Enjoying my life's adventure,