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Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Crazy Katsu




My friends and I recently headed out to one of the must-try restaurants along Maginhawa Street: Crazy Katsu.

It was a busy Saturday night for Crazy Katsu, which is a really small katsuretsu place, that our group was seated at the al fresco area. The resto offers mainly Katsu dishes and other specials.


My friends ordered the Chicken Katsu (Php 145) and Tonkatsu (Php 140)



Chicken Katsu
Tonkatsu

The Chicken Katsu is their bestseller, which is served with shredded cabbage and special sauce. I got envious with the Tonkatsu, which is simple but looks delicious! :)
Katsudon

I ordered Katsudon (Php 150), a popular Japanese rice bowl with deep-fried pork cutlet with egg. It was good and the serving's enough for me. :)

Overall, I love the laid-back feel Crazy Katsu has that it got me reminiscing my university days. I love that they offers authentic Japanese katsu at very affordable prices.

I'd definitely visit again and try their other dishes.

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Crazy Katsu
81 Maginhawa Street
Teacher's Village
Quezon City
Contact No.4350030
http://www.crazykatsu.com


Other location is at Concepcion, Marikina City

30 comments:

  1. Ah. Now I know what to expect here :) ! So many times the visits to this place has been postponed.

    Also, mainit nga ba talaga dito? I heard someone say that eh

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    1. Yep. Mainit nga. The air-conditioned area has limited seats pa.

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    2. My first try was at the Marikina branch. Good thing they made it air-conditioned already and the place is more spacious. Panalo talaga yung sauce nila for the chicken katsu! The katsudon paired with their teriyaki sauce and Japanese mayo is awesome too.

      Great post! Will be keeping track of your blog from now on (Btw, I saw it via Kath Ferrer's blog since she also showed my pics as well). And of course, you're in my blogroll! ^^

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    3. Thanks Chad! Glad you've already tried it. :) I haven't been to the Marikina branch though. :D Will check your blog. :)

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  2. will try this soon! i always go to Friulli when I'm in this part of Maginhawa. =)

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  3. Now, I officially miss Japanese food. We are scheduled to have a date next Friday in a Japanese resto but it will be yakiniku for us, not katsu.

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  4. whoa! along maginhawa talaga? haven't seen this ah. i am weak when it comes to katsudon, you think it's worth the crave? ahaha..

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  5. I also love katsudon! Trivia, tonkatsu is also known as pork cutlets in Japanese and I also love it. :)

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  6. I've seen this place yesterday and i thought it is very expensive, affordable pala....

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    1. Yes, it is very affordable. Please try it! :)

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  7. The chicken katsu looks very crunchy! Will check their website if they have other food items. :)

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  8. Mukhang masarap nga chicken katsu nila! nakakatakam! ;)

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  9. ang lapit lang sa bahay ko! makakain nga wahahahhaa

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  10. Awwww... I miss Maginhawa St. I used to live near the place back in college. :) The Katsu dishes really look appetizing! :)

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  11. The food looks so yummy and very appetizing.. hmmm wish i could also try those foods you've tried.. haha

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  12. I love japanese food:) I hope I will have the chance to visit the place when I am in Manila:)

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  13. Great! I have to try that one when I have time to visit the area. I'm drooling over the katsudon, the egg above the pork looks so inviting!

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  14. I'd love to try Crazy Katsu one of these days.. :) I got to see it when I went to Maginhawa, but the next time I'll be in the area, I'll definitely give it a go na!

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  15. Those food are inviting.Reading filipino food post and looking at the photo's makes me wanna go home.

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    1. Thanks tess! I hope you'll go back to Manila soon! :)

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  16. I was around the area a couple of weeks ago!! i should have tried this!! kakagutom!!! haha! buti nalang affordable pala yung rice meals nila!

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  17. I always wanted to try this. But me & my friends always ending up on Moonleaf and Froyo + some empanadas. Seriously, next time. I will give this a try!

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  18. wow! crazy katsu seems to be a really exciting food area to get into. I like it being budget friendly :)

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  19. I included some of your Crazy Katsu pics here: http://sweetbusinessmath.blogspot.com/2012/06/three-inspiring-and-mouth-watery.html#comment-form

    I credited you and posted a link to your blog! :)

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    1. Thanks for informing me! :) I'll check your blog too. :)

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