July 27, 2013

Tonkatsu at Ginza Mitsukoshi

Tonkatsu, deep-fried pork cutlet is one of the recommendable Japanese dishes. Different from some of the expensive Japanese dishes such as kaiseki, sushi, teppannyaki, etc., tonkatsu is a commoner's popular food that both young and old like.  When I had dinner at Ginza Mitsukoshi (銀座三越, see previous visit), I found a nice tonkatsu restaurant called "Anzu (あんず)" there.  
Anzu in Mitsukoshi Ginza
Japanese radish pickles and beer
Cabbage salad
Japanese ginger pork steak 
Interior is woody and modern. Stylish atmosphere, which is a bit different from ordinary tonkatsu restaurants. But same as usual manner of tonkatsu diners, you can eat cabbage salad, rice and miso soup as much as you can (actually, I ordered the second salad). Their cabbage was chopped thin and airy, and the texture was good.

Tonkatsu was tasty. Outside was crispy, but inside was Juicy, lush and tender. Their Japanese-style ginger pork steak was also delicious. The quality of pork might be good. The portion was enough. The price was around JPY2,500-3,000 for set meal. A bit higher than chain tonkatsu restaurants, but I was satisfied. As they have English menu, you may easily try. My rating is 4.0 out of 5. Gochiso-samadeshita!

Anzu (あんず) at Ginza Mitsukoshi (銀座三越)

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