21:22@ Tonight Man had a Vietnamese lesson at Abroad, a foreign language school where Aimy and I used to work. After she got off work, we went to a newly opened restaurant called gKimukatsuh. Although they specialize in gtonkatsuh, i.e. a deep-fried pork cutlet, theirs is different as it is not a whole cutlet that they deep fry, but rather a bunch of thin slices superimposed. This makes it much more tender and oh, soooo juicy. Today was yet another unforgettable gastronomical experience. At $25 CAD, I didnft expect any less!!! And to think that we were actually going for a $5 ramen...(sigh)


The combination I had, i.e. (going counter clockwise from the bottom) the gtonkatsuh, miso soup, Japanese pickles, cabbage, rice and gtonkatsu sauceh with salt and a slice of lemon.


Close up on the gtonkatsuh. Mine was garlic flavored and Man had the one with onions.


Ifve had regular gtonkatsuh before, and therefs no comparison: this one rocks big time!