It has been six months since I had a memorable gastronomic experience at Yabu: The House of Katsu but it was only this time that I finally muster all the guts to write a post about it. Aside from losing all the pictures I had during this trip, which I eventually recovered, I veered away from doing such since making this post only meant one thing - reliving the experience I had at Yabu.
Even if I am a self-professed Japanese food lover, I have always been loyal to the raw Japanese dishes so much that cooked delicacies would surely envy the attention I'm giving them. But when I read about Yabu on my blogger feed, my curiosity got ignited so much that it gained the top of my go-to list if ever I'll be in Manila. So when I was sent to Manila for a seminar, I made sure that I got to tick off this entry on my list.
I opted for the Menchi Katsu set which is made up of authentic Japanese minced meat of superior beef and pork, blended with Yabu's special spices and stuffed with creamy cheese. I was initially inclined to order the Rosu Set but then I thought that it will just be like any other Tonkatsu in the market, so I went for the Menchi Katsu instead. Aside from that, I'm biased when it comes to cheese.