7 Best “Tonkatsu” Restaurants In Shinjuku, Tokyo
“Tonkatsu”is a dish all Japanese people love to eat. In this article, we will introduce 7 Best Tonkatsu restaurants in Shinjuku area. The choice of meat, type of panko (bread crumbs) and deep-frying methods are all different depending on each restaurant. You will enjoy crispy bread coating on the outside and juicy pork on the inside that spreads over in your mouth.
Tasty, Budget Friendly And Quick! Tonkatsu Restaurant:"Tonchinkan"
Pork Loin Tonkatsu is about ¥1,000.
Even more surprising is that it only takes 5 minutes from taking an order to serve a dish.
Despite its thick cut, the pork is exquisitely deep-fried! You will fully enjoy the juiciness of the meat.
“Tasty, Budget Friendly and Quick!” That is the reason why this place is so popular.
Tonkatsu Cooked In An Oven!: "Tonkatsu Niimura"
Since it is open until after midnight, this place is also recommended after a gathering.
With just one bite, the juiciness of the meat spreads over in your mouth.
Pork Loin Tonkatsu: "Nadai Tonkatsu Katsukura"
Premium Pork” Kinkabuta” is deep-fried to make the Tonkatsu.
They say that the pork loin is very tender and even the fatty part has also an elegant sweetness and umami (savory taste).
Tonkatsu Lunch Special For ¥800!: "Tontake"
You can enjoy the tasty Tonkatsu with crispy breaded coating on the outside and the juicy meat on the inside at a very reasonable price!
Nostalgic Showa Era Feels At The Tonkatsu Dining Restaurant: "Katsugin"
When I eat fresh, deep-fried Tonkatsu and rice all at once, it reminds me of the times when I was a student, when I was always hungry...
A Variety of Satisfying Tonkatsu Experience: "Shinjuku Saboten"
Perfect for Take-out! "Tonkatsu Maisen (Shinjuku Takashimaya Branch)"
If you are interested in trying their restaurant, check the link below for more information on available Maisen branches in Tokyo!
Many of these stores serve Tonkatsu at a reasonable price with a good satisfying portion, so please check these stores out!
More information on Tonkatsu stores in Tokyo can be found in the following link, so make sure to check it too!
- I live in Tokyo. My favorite Japanese food is TEMPURA:)