Katsu is on the top of my list of dishes to always try in a Japanese restaurant. Kimukatsu is a little late in joining the katsu bandwagon in the Philippines, but what’s unique about it is its own variation of katsu - it offers 25 layers of mille-feuille Katsu in different kinds of flavors. When we visited the place, I ordered my favorite black pepper katsu and tried one of their new offerings, the creamy katsu. The pork cutlet alone with its extraordinary tenderness is already a treat. Having more options in flavors - A new experience every time we visit.