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Going Japanese: Katsudon Japanese Food Hauz

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Hungry? Why not go Japanese?

It was a warm Sunday afternoon when 4 friends decided to try this little Japanese place in Pacita Complex. The Pacita Avenue (or the Main Road, as the locals would call it) boasts of streets lined with beauty parlors and computer shops. So after a day of pampering (or not), the 4 of us headed to Katsudon Japanese Food Hauz.

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Upon entering, the Japanese music would lull you into a sense of being in some little place in Tokyo or Kyoto. Though there are no low tables, nor tatami mats, the ambiance is quite nice. And Ate Amy, the chef has such a welcoming smile. Regular patrons are even greeted by name. 🙂

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Katsudon Japanese Food Hauz offers authentic Japanese cuisine. The boys’ personal favorite is the Ramen, while us girls opted for the ever famous katsudon. Aside from ramen and katsudon, other favorites include the tonkatsu, ebi curry, and okonomiyaki, or the Japanese pizza or pancake. While waiting for your order, you will be given mixed snacks to well, snack on. Ingredients, we were told by Ate Amy, are imported from Japan.

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Next time, we’ll definitely try the sake. ^_^

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How to get to Katsudon Japanese Food Hauz? Just take a tricycle near the entrance to Pacita Complex. Tell the driver to take you to Sinangag Express. It’s located just beside it.

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Prices range from 100-140 pesos. Affordable, right? And the food is really ‘Oishii’!

Ja mata ne!

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PS: Thanks sa Chocolate. <3

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  • Ma-an

    The best ang katsu curry dito 🙂