AJ and I purposely went to the Teacher’s Village in U.P. Diliman last week to look for and finally try out this much-talked about Japanese restaurant in Quezon City: Crazy Katsu.
The interiors and colors of the restaurant remind me of Muji.
Crazy Katsu specializes in…what else but katsu dishes! All breaded and deep-fried, yummy!
For starters, we each had a small bowl of Miso Soup (around P50 per bowl) which tasted very plain without the soft tofu.
I also ordered Gyoza (I always do whenever we are in a Japanese restaurant). They were big and full, but tasted more like meatballs than Gyoza.
Thankfully, our main orders did not disappoint. AJ loved his Pork Katsudon, which has a nice sweet taste in it. The serving was just right for the price – in fact, the pork was fillet was thick so I would say this one is value for your money.
As for me, I tried their Chicken Katsu and it rocks! AJ loved it too (better than his Katsudon hehe!) and why wouldn’t he? It was crunchy, spicy and has a very delightful soy flavor! You can’t get all these in typical Chicken Katsu.
I think this one’s the best seller in the house because I saw another table where everyone ordered Chicken Katsu. It tastes really a-m-a-z-i-n-g, for a humble price of P145.00. I totally forgot about the not-so enjoyable miso soup and gyoza when I took my first bite of this Chicken Katsu. It was that good.
Crazy Katsu is located at 81 Maginhawa Street, Teacher’s Village, U.P., Quezon City (telephone number: 435-0030).