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Saturday, February 04, 2012

Katsu King


The last emperor's fried

Bangkok's long standing katsu specialty restaurant, the Katsu King, offers a selection of katsu (deep-fried battered meat) menu with a traditional Japanese twist, such as rosu katsu (korubota pork loin) curry, hire katsu (korubota tenderloin) curry, hive katsu don, and selections from a seafood katsu menu. Recently I visited her branch at K-Village, the service was laid-back, and the food was just average.

tonkatsu set, THB 265 net

Katsu King Japanese Restaurant ***
2/F K-Village
93 Sukhumvit soi 26
Klongtoey, Bangkok 10110
Tel.: 02.661.2933

Open daily : 11:30 am - 9:30 pm
Pay (food only for two): around THB 550


Tommy Leung said...

Suddenly there are many katsu and curry shops opened in Thailand.

in the sea said...

Another laid back service... They were considerate for you not to eat freshly deep fried food which is considered as "hot air". :)

Stella said...

The whole K Village looks very laid back any way so this place is consistent.
All French Restaurant in Pasadena here are laid back but in good manner. Very polite turtles.

Thailand Club said...

soon i will post a real good one, stay tuned .. hehe

Stella said...

Har, a real good one soon........
This post sounds like an appetizer then.
I will stay tuned.
Thank you dear TC.