The Hot Pot Loin Katsu Set ($28) also comes with refillable Japanese rice and salad, pickles and miso soup. If you’ve ever had a dish called Katsudon, the Hot Pot Loin Katsu is basically the same except the tonkatsu in the broth comes separate from the rice instead of on top of it. The tonkatsu was made using pork loin and it came in a slightly sweet dashi broth together with onions and beaten egg. Served piping hot and bubbling in the stone bowl, the tonkatsu was still wonderfully crisp as well as juicy, having soaked up some of the delicious broth.
Service at Ginza Anzu was fantastic, the servers were friendly, informative and attentive, never letting our cup of green tea go empty. The restaurant has a casual, laid-back atmosphere with an open kitchen and a huge communal table in the centre as well as tables to accommodate couples and large groups.
Beside their signature menu items, Ginza Anzu have a huge new menu consisting of a range of other sets with deep fried breaded chicken, seafood and of course pork as well as curry, side dishes, kid’s meals and desserts. They also have a $15 set lunch limited to 20 sets per day and if you don’t have time to stop for a meal you can take away a box of tonkatsu sandwiches or deep fried breaded chopped prawn sandwiches.
For more information about Ginza Anzu and their latest promotions, check out the JPassport Ginza Anzu page.
Address: 1 Kim Seng Promenade, #01-174-175 Great World City, Singapore 237994
Tel: 6262 3408
Opening Hours: Daily 11am – 10pm
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